Sunday 10 March 2024

Angus & Julia Stone - Cape Forestier

Photo Credit: Daniel Mayne

Taken from their forthcoming sixth studio album, due for release via Play It Again Sam on 10th May, Angus & Julia Stone have shared the record's second single Cape Forestier. Filled with rich guitar melodies and the tale of a journey through the trials and tribulations of life, the track serves as another exciting tease of what's to come. Speaking about the track in more detail the pair go on to say "Cape Forestier is about a boat on a journey. I suppose it speaks to the journey we're all on in our lives—the comings and goings of love, loss, pain, and moving towards new horizons. We spent a lot of our childhood on and in the water. Elements of nature are lyrically and mythically important in our writing. The ebb and flow of tides, the changing cycles—nature so often helps us to understand our inner world.This is a very personal song to us, so we’ve chosen to share some unseen footage in the music video from the start of our time together making music in the living room at home to where we are now." Take a watch of the official video below made from unseen footage from when Angus and Julia first started making music together. 

Cape Forestier - Track listing
1. Losing You
2. Down To The Sea
3. My Little Anchor
4. Cape Forestier
5. County Sign
6. City Of Lights
7. No Boat No Aeroplane
8. The Wedding Song
9. I Want You
10. Somehow
11. Sitting In Seoul
12. The Wonder Of You

Angus & Julia Stone - EU/UK tour dates
12 May – Zermatt Unplugged, Zermatt, Switzerland
14 May - Palau de la Música, Barcelona, Spain
15 May - Kursaal, San Sebastián, Spain
17 May - Palacio Municipo De Ifema Madrid, Madrid, Spain
20 May - Philharmonie, Cologne, Germany
21 May - Den Atelier, Luxembourg, Lux
22 May - Théatre Sébastopol, Lille, France - SOLD OUT
23 May - Cité des Congrès, Nantes, Frace
26 May – Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin, IRE
27 May - Beacon, Bristol, UK
28 May - Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
30 May – Unique Moment National Museum, Zurich, Switzerland
31 May – Spardawelt Freilichtbuhne, Stuttgart, Germany
01 June - Laeiszhalle, Hamburg, Germany
03 June - Cirque Royal, Brussels, Belgium - SOLD OUT
04 June - Cirque Royal, Brussels, Belgium - SOLD OUT
06 June - Le CEPAC Silo, Marseille, France
09 June - Admiralspalast, Berlin, Germany - SOLD OUT
10 June - Admiralspalast, Berlin, Germany
11 June - Carré, Amsterdam, NL - SOLD OUT
12 June - Carré, Amsterdam, NL
14 June – L’Olympia, Paris, France - SOLD OUT
15 June – Grand Rex, Paris, France

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