If you read it here, then it's genuine Storm of Crows news. If you read it somewhere else then take that news with a pinch of salt. You could very well be looking at FAKE NEWS! Or, more likely, Matt posted something in one place and forgot to add it to one of the seventeen million other social media accounts and places of internetty interest that exists nowadays.

New Song, and it's a Cover!

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18th August 2021

Our friend Gozer Goodspeed ran a competition in which people needed to cover his song Gambler's Last Day and he'd choose the best one. The winner then received riches and all the finest muffins in the land (or something like that). Well it's an ace song so we decided to give it a go. If you want to hear it, have a listen by clicking the button.

Okay, there's not button. I put a button there, and it duplicated it for every news story below. Websites are hard, man! Sorry, you're just going to have to hunt out the song yourself. Good luck!

Storm of Crows - The Website!

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26th January 2021

We're not really sure this qualifies as news, seeing as you're currently ON the website reading this article.

Still, Matt almost had an aneurism the first time he tried to create a band website but that's because he made the rookie error of going to Wordpress, where they only succeed in crushing people's souls.


When he found Wix he realised how simple it could truly be and thus, the Storm of Crows website was born!

Christmas  Charity  Single!

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December 2020

Despite the usual slowness with which the band record their songs, they decided to try to release a Christmas song a few days into December. The song was written, recorded, and released within eight days, and all of the profits (from four sales, at the time of writing!) are being donated to the helipad appeal at Sheffield Children's Hospital Charity.

World, Meet Storm of Crows!


September 2020...ish

Storm of Crows staggered and limped onto the indie music scene in October 2020, having been remotely recording songs and uploading them to YouTube, mostly for the enjoyment (tolerance?) of their friends and family. They slowly began building a Twitter following and established themselves as an ever present, never serious, but hard rocking chunk of the community.