STITCHED UP HEART Releases Two New Songs, 'Dead Roses' And 'This Skin'

STITCHED UP HEART Releases Two New Songs, 'Dead Roses' And 'This Skin'

Rockers STITCHED UP HEART have just dropped two new tracks, "Dead Roses" and "This Skin", via Another Century. Both songs will be available on all DSPs on Friday, November 29. Check out the cuts, off the band's forthcoming full-length sophomore album "Darkness", out spring 2020, below.

STITCHED UP HEART frontwoman Alecia "Mixi" Demner said: "'This Skin' is about feeling like an outcast in the world. Like you don't belong. When you try to hide who you really are underneath your skin.

"'Dead Roses' is about a past relationship that is both mentally and physically draining. It's about having the strength to move on. It was only written in hopes of helping someone else out of a horrible situation and assuring them it will be okay."

STITCHED UP HEART just kicked off their North American tour with STEEL PANTHER, after recently wrapping out a handful of headline shows. Catch STITCHED UP HEART on tour until December 15, with the band hitting major markets such as New York City, Chicago, Detroit, and more.

"Darkness" will feature previously released tracks such as "Lost" (featuring a guest appearance by Sully Erna of GODSMACK), "Darkness", "Warrior", "Problems", "Crooked Halo". The upcoming full-length album was produced by FROM FIRST TO LAST singer/guitarist Matt Good (producer of ASKING ALEXANDRIA and HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD).

Fans can grab "Darkness" on CD and vinyl along with merchandise bundles exclusively at, including a "Darkness" t-shirt, logo pullover hoodie, logo beanie, and signed "Darkness" lithograph posters (limited to 200). STITCHED UP HEART also partnered with Guitars 4 Vets to release a limited-edition "Warrior" t-shirt and digital download bundle.


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