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Winter Is Coming

September 9, 2013
The new A Plastic Rose single 'This Side Of Winter' will be available online everywhere on October 28th

The new A Plastic Rose single ‘This Side Of Winter’ will be available online everywhere on October 28th


After the phenomenal success of ‘Camera.Shutter.Life‘, the debut album from A Plastic Rose, the band have decided to launch a new chapter of the APR story. Today see’s A Plastic Rose launch news of a brand new, as yet unheard and unreleased song ‘This Side Of Winter’.

Along with the single comes a new logo which we hope you’ll love as much as us. A Plastic Rose would also like to treat you to a new website, details of which will follow shortly.

‘This Side Of Winter’  will be released digitally everywhere in the UK and Ireland on October 28th.  APR will also be playing a select number of co-headline dates throughout the UK in 2014.

Press release below:

A Plastic Rose ‘This Side Of Winter’


Di Di Mau/Third Bar

A Plastic Rose are back with ‘This Side Of Winter’, a brand new and as yet unheard release.

After the critical acclaim of their debut album ‘Camera.Shutter.Life’ and phenomenal live reviews it seems there’s no stopping A Plastic Rose. Having recently relocated to Nottingham, the band are keen to prove their commitment and desire to inject the music they make into the arms of the masses and prove they are a force to be reckoned with on any live circuit.

In 2013 A Plastic Rose played alongside The Rolling Stones at Hyde Park as Sonys guests on the Sony Music Unlimited Stage.

Recently A Plastic Rose played the UK and Ireland legs of the ‘Fallen Empires’ arena tour with ‘Snow Patrol’ and ‘Everything Everything’.

Their most recent single ‘Kids Don’t Behave Like This’ gained support from Channel 4 (Hollyoaks), BBC Radio 1, XFM, Amazing and Absolute Radio.

The next A Plastic Rose single is ‘This Side Of Winter’ (October 28th), while early 2014 will see them play some very limited co-headline dates.

Check for info.


Kerrang! Magazine: “Stunning”. “A Plastic Rose deserve whole heartedly to be your new favourite band”

RockSound; “APRs future looks very exciting indeed”

Artrocker: “Dragging Rock & Roll into the 21st Century”

Gigape: “Expect big things”

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