In the words of lyricist Ana Nowosielska, the Glasgow rock band are “painting stories in real life” with their infectious brand of pop-rock.
Formed in 2010, this hard-working band have travelled along the traditional route of playing small venues up and down the country.
Those efforts look set to bear fruit as the stages, crowds and fanbase all are becoming bigger, alongside the bands they are playing with.
Career highlights so far include the release of two EPs and a full-length debut album, which Kerrang! Magazine awarded KKKK in a stellar review. The band also completed a 5-week tour of the Philippines and Japan in late 2017.
Altered Sky has shared the stage with the likes of Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Neck Deep, The Wonder Years, State Champs and The La Fontaines. 2018 sees the group play several summer festivals, with the Takeover Stage at Download being a highlight.
All 4 singles; Bury It All, Waves, Stupid in the Dark and Livewire, released from their debut album ‘Without Wonderland’, have been aired on Kerrang Radio with their videos making appearances on the likes of Kerrang and Scuzz TV regularly.