Angus Stone announces national tour with latest musical project
The tour coincides with the release of Dope Lemon’s third single, Coyote, taken from the band’s debut album, the critically acclaimed Honey Bones, released earlier this year through EMI Music Australia. Three years in the making Honey Bones was released to much critical acclaim around Australia with The Saturday Paper calling it: “the most enjoyable and satisfying album of Angus Stone’s career”.
Angus Stone is undoubtedly one of Australia’s most experienced, exciting and celebrated songwriters of the past decade, and is excited to play these new songs live for the first time as he embarks on Dope Lemon’s first national tour commencing in October.
“Very stoked on this vibe. Think it’s going to be a cool little tour… can’t wait to get the lemon on the road!”
Joining Dope Lemon at Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne shows will be special guest, Jack River. Latest signing to taste-making label IOHYOU, Jack River has been making waves at triple j and community radio with her debut single Talk Like That, from her forthcoming EP.
Tickets will go on sale at 10am on Monday, September 12.
Telstra Thanks is bringing an exciting 48-hour pre-sale just for Telstra customers from 10am Wednesday, September 7 until 10am Friday, September 9. For more information on how to purchase, visit: telstra.com/music.
For complete tour and ticketing details visit: livenation.com.au.
Received warmly by fans and media alike, Honey Bones was recorded on Stones’ farm at his personal recording studio, Belafonte Studios, with close friend Rohin Brown (The Walking Who) on guitar. They set out on a musical adventure of the mind; through sleep deprivation unplugging the artistic dam to explore the deepest recesses of maniacal creativity. The making of the record became the ultimate reflection of Angus’ existence, a world where reality and fantasy, creativity and practicality flow together unobstructed, to form things tangible but that feel like a dream.
Dope Lemon bringing their good vibes to fans across Australia in October and November.