Listen: Stonefox - Surface EP [Premiere]

Listen: Stonefox - Surface EP [Premiere]

Stream Melbourne trio Stonefox's killer new EP, Surface.

In Australia right now there's a bubbling undercurrent of excellent acts dabbling in the realms of intricately-layered dreamy electronic pop music that we should all be grateful for. You could probably throw a music festival tomorrow featuring them all and it'd be the most epically chilled and lush day out. Acts like Klo, Kagu, JOY., Japanese Wallpaper, Airling, Vallis Alps, Yuma X, Yuuca, Montgomery...the list goes on and the festival would be called Chillfest™  2015, The Kite String Tangle would probably headline and you'd all love it.

But I digress. Stonefox is another of these awesome Australian acts - a Melbourne trio we first came across with their single This City at the start of the year. That track, along with four others feature on their debut EP, Surface, and it's one they've very kindly given to us to stream today. Given my lead-in sentences, descriptors probably aren't necessary here, but I will say it's an assured and effortless debut from one of the country's most exciting young acts. They're launching it with a bunch of east coast dates kicking off this weekend, which you can check after the stream.

We also have some double passes to giveaway, to go in the running EMAIL US with "STONE FOX" in the subject, and your full name/city you'd like to attend in the body.

SURFACE TOUR DATES:

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