English rock band Stone Broken was formed in 2013 in Walsall in the West Midlands. Singer-songwriter Rich Moss, who had previously been in a band, began jamming with his friend, drummer Robyn Haycock. They teamed up with bassist Kieron Conroy and guitarist Chris Davis, and thus Stone Broken was born. The quartet made its debut in 2014 with its self-released EP The Crow Flies which helped them book gigs and build a fanbase. Stone Broken's first full-length album All in Time hit the shelves in 2016. It featured remastered tracks from the group's previous EP as well as five new songs, several of which got considerable radio airplay. The group signed its first record deal with Universal Music's subsidiary Spinefarm and released its second album, Ain't Always Easy, the following year. Stone Broken's most popular tracks include "Wait For You," "Let Me Go" and "Home."