CITY OF ASHES release short film for single ‘Sometimes’ on World Mental Health Day

Brighton alternative rockers CITY OF ASHES are pleased to reveal their incredible short film for single release ‘Sometimes’ taken from their latest album ‘Rise’. The film was released on World Mental Health Day exclusively with Louder Than War.

CITY OF ASHES independently took it upon themselves to set up ‘The Sometimes Project’ to help their fans with their battles with depression and anxiety, as well as raise awareness for mental health. The project has touched hundreds of people, so much so that the band gained funding for the production of their new video with the National Lottery, as well as obtaining sponsorship and support from BarclaysThe London Eye and The Samaritans.

The band have also set up ‘Stand As One’: a simultaneous gig across the country taking place on the 19th November in different cities up and down the UK. Artists at all of these shows will share their own experiences and battles with depression.

sometimes-photograph

CITY OF ASHES’ new album ‘Rise’ is out now.

Live dates:
OCTOBER
15th – The Rigger, Stoke
16th – Bantam, Northampton
19th – Magnet, Liverpool
20th – Grand Central, Manchester
21st – Blueberry Hill, Leeds
22nd – Shadow Sound, Glasgow
NOVEMBER
19th – Barclays Eagle Lab, Brighton (As Part Of The ‘STAND AS ONE’ event)
30th – O2 Academy 2, Islington, London

www.cityofashes.com
www.twitter.com/cityofashes
www.facebook.com/cityofashesband

CITY OF ASHES are:
Orion Powell – Vocals
James Macdonald – Guitar
Dan Frederick – Bass
Dan Russell – Drums

For interview and live review requests or any other press enquiries please contact: Steph Knight @ Domino PR

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s