Supported by Special Guests
THU 01 NOV @ 8:00PM DOORS 7.15PM
- 9550 3666
- Concert Mode - General Admission Standing / Reserved Seating
- On sale now @ The Enmore Theatre & Ticketek
DOORS 7:15PM / STEVE SMYTH 8:00PM / ANGUS STONE 9:15PM
With 4 Stars from Mojo Magazine, Triple J ‘Album of the Week’ and a sold out European launch tour, Angus Stone today releases his highly anticipated solo album Broken Brights. News of the album release coincides with the announcement of a national tour set for November.
“For the people that have listened to Julia and I play for so long, I’m looking forward to handing it over to them so that they can create their own worlds & experiences with the writings. To play live as my own in front of those people, it’s going to be a different trail of gravel & gold, but none the less very exciting.” Stone
Broken Brights deftly shifts between genres without compromising Stone’s signature sound. From cowboy blues to indie-pop, psychedelic rock and country folk, it’s as “steady as a heartbeat, making it’s way across sun drenched deserts and endless highways” (Triple J Magazine). As Stone puts it, “it’s a whole different trip”.
Stone will play an all ages ‘Warm Up Show’ with the band at his alma mater, Barrenjoey High School this July, followed by his first official live band performance at the sold out Splendour In The Grass festival.
November will see Stone blazing a trail across the country for the ‘BROKEN BRIGHTS NATIONAL TOUR’. Special guest to be announced!
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