Alter Bridge to Release ‘Walk the Sky 2.0’ EP with New Song, ‘Last Rites’


Alter Bridge will release a new EP called "Walk the Sky 2.0."

Mark Tremonti and Scott Phillips of Alter Bridge – Story by Cat Badra, photo by Anne Erickson

“Walk the Sky 2.0,” the new EP from Alter Bridge, will feature a handful of live cuts, as well as a new song, “Last Rites,” recorded in quarantine

Alter Bridge have kept busy in lock down working on various projects and new music, and now, the Florida-based rock band has announced a new EP called “Walk the Sky 2.0.”

The EP will feature seven tracks and feature live versions of six songs from Alter Bridge’s 2019 album “Walk the Sky,” such as the popular singles “Wouldn’t You Rather,” “Native Son” and “Godspeed.” The set will also include a new track called “Last Rites,” which was written and recorded during the coronavirus (COVID-19) quarantine.

“Walk the Sky 2.0” will arrive on Nov. 6. It will be available in a variety of configurations and formats, including CD, vinyl and digital. Bundles will also be available with T-shirts, limited-edition vinyl and more. For more information and to pre-order the set, visit the band’s official website.

In addition to the new EP, Alter Bridge has also debuted a music video for the studio version of “Native Son.” Watch the animated music video for the song via YouTube below.

Alter Bridge features frontman Myles Kennedy, drummer Scott Phillips, guitarist Mark Tremonti and bass player Brian Marshall.

Alter Bridge’s “Walk the Sky 2.0” Track List:

“Last Rites”
“Wouldn’t You Rather (Live)”
“Pay No Mind (Live)”
“Native Son (Live)”
“Godspeed (Live)”
“In the Deep (Live)”
“Dying Light (Live)”



Posted by Cat Badra | Music, Rock, Rock News

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