Fresh from travelling around the globe, performing on some of the world’s biggest stages, including a recent-SXSW jaunt, Australia’s Stonefield have returned to home soil set to share their new album 'As Above, So Below'. As Above, So Below, the follow-up to 2013’s self-titled debut, is a 10-track collection of kaleidoscopic guitar riffs, swirling melodies and hallucinogenic vocals, one that is set to catapult them even higher into the upper echelons of Australian psych-rock royalty.
We’ve been working on it for the last two years,” notes Amy Findlay, lead vocalist and drummer of the outfit. “We wrote, heaps and heaps and heaps of new music. It’s been such a long process. I don’t even know how many versions we demoed of each song, or how many songs we wrote. They all went through so many steps to get to where they are now – and I think that’s a really good thing. You have time to reflect.”
“We met Kram when we were supporting Dan Sultan and he was brought out for a song. Shortly after we caught up for a breakfast, and decided that we should jam together. It was a really natural progression. He came down from Byron Bay and stayed with us. We jammed a lot and wrote some songs with him in the shed at our parent’s house, where we write most of our music. That’s the very first co-writing experience we’ve ever had that felt so natural, so fun and just so right.”