Australian multi-platinum selling sibling duo Angus & Julia Stone recently shared the exquisite video for new single “Chateau”. This stunning and hypnotic new tune is taken from the duo’s forthcoming album Snow, which is will be released on September 15th via [PIAS].
The video stars leading Australian actors Courtney Eaton (Mad Max Fury Road) and Dacre Montgomery (Power Rangers, Stranger Things Season 2). Set in the magical surrounds of Mexico City, it finds its two young protagonists embarking on a surreal and colourful adventure – stealing Angus & Julia’s car, crashing a decadent wedding and leading the guests to an underground disco.
For more info and music check out Angus & Julia Stone’s official site or Facebook. Pre-order the new album now on
Ali John Meredith-Lacey, better known under the moniker Novo Amor, is a Welsh multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and producer. Lacey released early work in 2012, but rose to prominence after the release of his debut EP Woodgate, NY in March 2014. He has since released multiple singles as Novo Amor, as well as collaborative work with Ed Tullett.
“Anchor” comes with a gorgeous video directed by Josh Bennett.
For more info, tour dates and music, check out Novo Amor’s official site or Facebook. Buy “Anchor” on
LANKS is the enigmatic solo electronic project of Melbourne multi-instrumentalist, Will Cuming. A classically trained jazz guitarist, he is also influenced by electronic, pop and folk music. His brand new single “Bitter Leaf” is a hybrid of a pop song featuring intricate, layered guitar work, and Cuming’s elegant signature falsetto.
LANKS - Bitter Leaf
“Bitter Leaf” is Cuming’s second release this year, following February’s hugely successful single “Golden Age” which was co-produced, mixed and mastered by Andrei Eremin (Oscar Key Sung, Chet Faker) and clocked over 750K Spotify streams.
For more info, go to LANKS’ official website or Facebook. Buy the music on Bandcamp or
“Gradually” is the first song taken off Ben Watt’s upcoming solo album Fever Dream – the follow-up to 2014’s Hendra – which will be out on April 8 on Watt’s own label Unmade Road. “Gradually” has a ragged rock tone to it, quite a departure from the artist’s previous electronic endeavours or his sound with Everything But The Girl.
The song is “about what can happen to a long ongoing relationship over time; the gradual shifting sands; how love mutates, changes speed; how interior worlds can be obstructive,” Watt explains. “Gradually” comes with a video shot on the backstreets of Hackney and Islington by new young Welsh director, John Jeanes.
The Ben Watt Band feat. Bernard Butler will be on tour from April. For more info, check out his site or Facebook. Buy on
Australian folk singer/songwriter Matt Corby is back after two long years of silence. His new single “Monday” was shared with fans via SoundCloud and premiered on Triple J on October 1st. Though it sounds rich and full-bodied, it is exclusively made of sounds produced by Corby’s body and voice. No guitars, not even a kick drum.
This new song is the first taste of Corby’s forthcoming debut album, which was almost fully written and recorded in the coastal town of Berry and will be dropping early next year. The young musician explains that “Monday” is “a song about being able to appreciate where you are, being mindful, and thinking that maybe you don’t need much to depend on or define yourself by, you just need to enjoy the fact that we all get to share this single lifetime together.”
Corby will be heading on his first tour in two years in November (Australia, UK and US). Check out the dates and buy tickets on his official site or Facebook. Buy his music on