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Stonefield’s Self-Titled Debut Out October 11th – Announce Australian Album Tour

by Anthony Barton on September 20, 2013

in Live,New Music,News

With a little under three weeks until we finally hear a full album of music from the four Findlay sisters of the Macedon Ranges, Stonefield have detailed album pre-order options and announced an Australian tour.

It’s been a big couple of years for sisters Amy, Hannah, Sarah and Holly, who have already notched up a Glastonbury appearance, two EPs and signed an Australia and New Zealand record deal with Michael Parisi’s ‘Wunderkind’ label.

Following a bunch of sold out shows throughout August, an album launch party thrown by Red Bull during BIGSOUND and the continued success of their latest single ‘Put Your Curse On Me’, Stonefield are set to rule the rest if 2013.

Continuing with their trademark blues influenced heavy rock, ‘Stonefield’ was produced by the acclaimed Ian Davenport (Band of Skulls) and mixed by Grammy-nominated Tim Palmer (U2, Pearl Jam).

Proving that you’re never too young for hard work, the sisters have announced they’re embarking on a national tour in support of their album throughout October and November in both metro and regional areas.

Upon completing the tour, Stonefield still have a support slot on Fleetwood Mac’s A Day On The Green shows and an appearance on the incredible Meredith Music Festival lineup.

Check their official website for tour dates and album pre-order details: http://www.stonefield.com.au

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