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April 21, 2021

Stonefield will put their curse on you

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On their self-titled debut, Amy, Hannah, Sarah and Holly – of Melbourne based rock outfit Stonefield – are riding the momentum of a soaring radio and video favourite Put Your Curse On Me.

Produced by acclaimed Band of Skulls producer Ian Davenport and mixed by Grammy-nominated Tim Palmer (U2, Pearl Jam), Stonefield is a contemporary take on classic rock ’n’ roll. A heavy, raw and startlingly mature collection of songs with an overt blues influence, a trademark of the band.

Stonefield-Promo-PicIn support of their debut, Stonefield are once again hitting the road for a collection of metro and regional dates, in the lead-up to supporting the legendary Fleetwood Mac (A Day On The Green – Hunter Valley and Geelong) and playing the iconic Meredith Music Festival in December.

This weekend you can catch them at the Hotel Great Northern, Byron Bay.

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.

 

 


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