Angus & Julia Stone fans will be rejoicing at this morning’s announcement that the brother/sister duo will be heading Canberra for a special show.
The pair will grace the UC Refectory stage on 10th May, 2018, as part of a national tour to promote their latest album, Snow.
Angus and Julia Stone made their way onto the Australian music scene back in 2006, and have since been defined by their dreamy song-writing and signature harmonies. They are currently playing to packed venues in the United States, after a completely sold-out European/UK tour.
Their latest work, Snow, was recorded entirely in Angus’ Byron Bay cottage. The album has been written completely in collaboration between the duo – a song-writing process started by the producer of their self-titled 2014 album, Rick Rubin.
Snow was released in September, and immediately shot to number 2 of the ARIA Albums chart, marking the pair’s fifth top 5 album in a row. The album also hit the top 20 in countries such as USA, UK, France, Switzerland and New Zealand.
Joining them at the Canberra show will be Melbourne singer-songwriter Angie McMahon, who will be bringing her strong vocal lines and gorgeous guitar tones to warm up the crowd.
Pre-sales for this very special performance will open at 8am, Friday 24 November 2017. For exclusive access to these tickets, sign up to the Secret Sounds mailing list at secretsounds.com. General ticket sales will go online at 9am, Monday 27 November 2017.