Stone Broken Tackle Domestic Violence In New Video

Check out the rising Brit rockers powerful video for Heartbeat Away here.

Ahead of the release of their second album, Ain’t Always Easy on March 2, British rockers Stone Broken have released the video for Heartbeat Away. Dealing with the subject of domestic violence, a topic frontman Rich Moss admits is pretty close to home, the song is a powerful look at an issue that doesn’t get addressed enough, and the video is equally powerful.

“The subject of ‘Heartbeat Away’ is a little closer to home than most of the other songs I have written,” he says. “Seeing the impact that domestic violence has on a person you are close to and the way it affects the people around them isn’t a very nice thing to experience. I thought it was time to shine a light on something that usually happens behind closed doors, hidden away from the rest of the world. When people listen to this song I think they will know that it’s personal and that I mean every word.”

The band are on tour in the UK now. Catch them live at…

Feb 23                   Sandford, Winter’s End Festival (headlining) 
Feb 24                   London, Islington Assembly Hall
Feb 25                   Manchester, Club Academy
Feb 26                   Glasgow, G2
Feb 28                   Newcastle, Riverside
Mar 01                  Nottingham, Rescue Rooms [SOLD OUT]
Mar 02                  Pontypridd, Muni Arts Centre
Mar 03                  Birmingham, O2 Institute2 [SOLD OUT]
Mar 04                  Sheffield, Corporation          
Mar 06                  Chester, Live Rooms
Mar 07                  Bristol, The Fleece

Posted on February 23rd 2018, 9:58am
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