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Stonefield Hit The Road This Spring With 'As Above, So Below' Tour

Tuesday 30 August 2016

Stonefield Hit The Road This Spring With 'As Above, So Below' Tour

In support of their acclaimed sophomore album 'As Above, So Below' out last July, and the release of their latest single 'Love', Australia’s favourite psych rock sisters Stonefield are embarking on a mammoth tour this October through November.

The tour will see this Melbourne band wind up a series of dates across metro and regional centres in their biggest Australian tour to date, kicking off in Newcastle, all the way to Canberra, Sydney, Adelaide, Belgrave, Traralgon, Ballarat Central, Geelong, Melbourne, San Remo, Brunswick, Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Perth and North Fremantle.

The follow-up to 2013’s self-titled debut, As Above, So Below, secures the four-piece's position in the upper echelons of Australian psych-rock royalty. Boldly displaying the Findlays’ signature penchants for kaleidoscopic guitar riffs, swirling melodies and hallucinogenic vocals, the 10-track juggernaut is a musical coming-of-age of sorts and its sprawling soundscapes and lyrical depth highlights the group’s progressing musical maturity.

Meanwhile, in contrast to most of the record, where the writing process began with the vocal as the guiding light, the single ‘Love’ was written with quite a different approach. The sisters were rocking out in their lounge room in country Victoria, and brought to life an intricate and intoxicating musical bed, to which vocalist Amy then added a jangly, day dream inducing top line.

The last six months saw Stonefield bring their mind blowing, energetic and engaging live shows around the globe. They have performed on some of the world’s biggest stages, wowing fans on a string of headline US shows, including a jaunt at Austin’s SXSW festival.

Joining them on the road are all-girl powerhouse Rackett, whose debut single Bats was released in July. Rounding off this epic line-up are White Bleaches, the four-piece garage psych band formed in 2015 in the coastal surf town of Torquay.

“It’s been way too long since we have been on the road for a big tour, so we’re really excited to get back out there to share our new music with Australia. Rackett and White Bleaches are both rad bands, so it’s going to be a really fun tour!” – Amy Findlay

Grab your tickets and see how Stonefield smash their live sets live!

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