Cane Hill Announce Too Far Gone Out January 2018

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Cane Hill have announced that they will release their second album, Too Far Gone, on 19 January through Rise Records.

To coincide with the news, the band have shared the video for their new single, Lord Of Flies.


We’re excited to announce the release of our new album. This is a piece of work that means a lot to us; it’s the culmination of our own experiences; the pain, the anger and the hurt. These are our stories,” said the band about the album.

Regarding the single, they added, “Lord of Flies is about trusting the wrong person because you want to believe they’re something they’re not. Whether that person convinced you or you were just too dumb to see it. It’s a mistake I’ve made over and over again, though I learned quickly, and I can’t trust many”.

Too Far Gone, which is the follow up to the Smile album from 2016, was named as one of the most anticipated albums of 2018 by Alternative Press. The band previously released the video for the title track. You can watch that here.   

Cane Hill will be touring the UK early next year supporting Motionless In White, as follows:



Thu           18             SOUTHAMPTON                    Engine Rooms

Fri             19             BRISTOL                                   O2 Academy

Sat            20             LEEDS                                        University Stylus

Mon         22             GLASGOW                                 Garage

Tue           23             NEWCASTLE                             Riverside

Thu           25             LONDON                                   Koko

Fri             26             BIRMINGHAM                        O2 Institute

Sat            27             MANCHESTER                         O2 Ritz

Sun           28             NORWICH                                 Waterfront


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