ANGUS & JULIA STONE - CAPE FORESTIER
ANGUS & JULIA STONE - CAPE FORESTIER
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ANGUS & JULIA STONE - CAPE FORESTIER

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Released: 17/05/24

In Cape Forestier, Angus and Julia Stone express their extraordinary journey through heartfelt songs, emphasising the universal language of music that feels like home to them. The concept of home has evolved beyond a physical place for Angus and Julia, becoming a deeper connection that grew from their shared musical experiences. Julia reflects on how creating music brings them peace, acting as a common language that transcends the complexities of life.

The duo's musical journey has taken them across the globe, from childhood beginnings to record deals in London, collaborations with Rick Rubin in LA, and the establishment of a studio in the hinterlands of NSW

Cape Forestier serves as a narrative from the hearts and minds of Angus and Julia Stone. Each song unfolds as a different page in their storybook, covering themes from love stones to societal observations. Regardless of labels like folky, acoustic, or indie-rock, the siblings prioritise authenticity over stylistic choices.

The album features tracks like 'Cape Forestier,' 'Losing You,' 'The Wedding Song,' and 'County Sign,' each showcasing the duo's inherent musicality. Angus and Julia Stone acknowledge that this is their most stripped-back album, returning to their roots while incorporating the branches of experience gained over the years.

Despite their modesty about their talents, they are of everything good and natural about song writing, as they seem to constantly capture the essence of honest music. Angus and Julia recognise the charm of their innocence in earlier records. However, they also acknowledge their present curiosity and naivety in the face of the world's mysteries, traits evident in Cape Forestier. Through their unspoken connection, they continue to speak the same language, reaffirming the timeless and universal power of music in their lives.