STONEFIELD: ‘IT WAS NICE TO STEP BACK A BIT AND REFLECT’

After a brief hiatus from touring, Victorian psych-rockers Stonefield are well and truly back in the game. The band recently appeared at Yours & Owls Festival in Wollongong, Brisbane’s Caxton Street Festival, Wave Rock Festival in Western Australia and the Mitchell Creek Rock ’N’ Blues Fest with some Byron Bay dates thrown in for good measure. In addition, the gals have just kicked off their massive 17-date national tour in support of their critically acclaimed 2016 LP As Above, So Below, which will be hitting Adelaide’s Fat Controller this Friday night, October 14. We were fortunate enough to catch vocalist/drummer Amy Findlay in a quieter moment to chat about what the sisters have been keeping busy with (aside from probably not sleeping very much because of playing shows). Have a read and make sure to check them out this weekend at Fat Controller!

So you’re looking forward to the upcoming tour?
Yeah, totally. It should be fun. We’re playing with some awesome bands as well so yeah, it should be good!

How are you feeling about As Above, So Below now that a few months have passed since its release?
Good! It’s had a pretty positive response. A lot of people seeming to like it, and it’s nice to be playing those new songs live and feel a bit more up-to-date with what we’re doing. It’s been good, it’s exciting. via Clique
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