Australian duo Angus & Julia Stone released their highly anticipated full-length album Angus & Julia Stone on August 1 via American Recordings. The Rick Rubin produced full-length, which has already hit number one in France, New Zealand, Switzerland and Australia, is now available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and in all good records stores worldwide.
In support of their highly anticipated album release, the band recently premiered a new video for their single A Heartbreak with The New York Times and now reveal a brand new official video for their track Grizzly Bear, also taken from their Angus & Julia Stone album.
Currently on a worldwide tour that has taken them across Europe and now on the road Down-under, the siblings will be making a welcomed return to North American shores this fall where they’ll kick things off on their sold out tour which starts on October 6 at the House of Blues in San Diego, California, winding through the mid-west, north and ending on the east-coast.
Grizzly Bear is Angus and Julia’s latest track to be unveiled from their forthcoming and highly anticipated Rick Rubin produced album, Angus & Julia Stone out August 1 (American Recordings/Republic Records).
The melodious and up-tempo, Fleetwood Mac-esque track was written and recorded in California and was brought to life thanks to Rubin’s ears and direction in the studio. As described by Rubin himself, it is the Sydney-born, Californian based siblings own “poetic depth” that carries and makes this album and track so very special.
Brother and sister duo, Angus and Julia Stone have recently revealed their brand new video for their new single, A Heartbreak. The video premiered on the New York Times website.
To coincide with this release, the alternative duo have also announced a string of North American tour dates. You can catch Angus and Julia Stone live on the following dates:
06 Oct – House of Blues – San Diego, CA
07 Oct – The Regent – Los Angeles, CA
08 Oct – The Independent – San Francisco, CA
10 Oct – Vogue Theatre – Vancouver, BC
11 Oct – Aladdin Theater – Portland, OR
12 Oct – Neumos – Seattle, WA
14 Oct – Urban Lounge – Salt Lake City, UT
15 Oct – Gothic Theatre – Englewood, CO
17 Oct – Majestic Theatre – Madison, WI
18 Oct – Cedar Cultural Center – Minneapolis, MN
19 Oct – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
21 Oct– Opera House – Toronto, ON
22 Oct – Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre – Montreal, QC
23 Oct – The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA
25 Oct – Sixth & I Historic Synagogue – Washington, DC
27 Oct – Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, NY
28 Oct – Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY
29 Oct – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA