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The captivating third and self-titled album from Angus & Julia Stone featuring the single ‘A Heartbreak’ is the best record the siblings have ever made. A record born out of chance and spontaneity with the help of legendary producer Rick Rubin. It when Rubin heard Angus and Julia’s music playing at a friend’s party, he quickly decided he had to get in contact and invited them to LA to work on a new album at his Shangri La Studios in Malibu. Unconvinced they should break from their individual plans, it was after spending time with Rubin over a few months that thoughts about getting back together started to form. Four years on from their last joint effort, Angus & Julia have delivered an album that defies expectations. Call it a coming of age or a re-invention, but the new self-titled record is their most exciting, visceral listen yet.
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I can't imagine my life without Angus and Julia ♡
"Angus & Julia Stone" (13 tracks; 60 min.) opens with the pleasant "A Heartbreak", with Angus and Julia's voices juxtaposed in perfect harmony: Julia's dreamy, at times angelic, voice against Angus' deeper, at times baritone voice. I love it when they sing together. "My Word For It" reminds me of Aimee Mann. "Grizzly Bear" has that certain SoCal Laurel Canyon vibe to it, and in fact that is true for a number of songs on here (check also "Get Home" and "From the Stalls", among others). If it's not clear by now, the folksy sound from the debut album has pretty much disappeared by now ("Wherever You Are" is the only song that is somewhat reminiscent of the early sound). The album closer, an epic 7 min. "Crash and Burn", even leans towards the bluesy side. A great way to finish things out. Maybe it's just me, but the album is a bit too long for its own good, and it would've been fine by me to leave off "Please You" and "Main Street", both of which drag on way too long.
Bottom line, despite perhaps being a bit too long, this is nevertheless a very fine album. When a band or artist releases a self-titled album years into their career, it's usually to try and reintroduce themselves to the outside world. This album is by far the most accessible of the Stones output to date.Read more ›
CD is sent out as a cheapo 'Digipak' - I would hold out & buy the 'deluxe' edition which has a few more tracks than this version too!
Like another reviewer, I was a teenager in the 70's & I recognise a load of 'rehashed' tunes amongst their 'work'!
An Australian brother-sister band, Album music influences
him > sounds like/main influence Neil Young/pink floyd in places,
her > Hope Sandoval from 90's "Mazzy Star"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brilliant. Darker than previous album, but none the worse for it. Loved it.Published 2 months ago by Mr. Gp Harris
Just love everything this pair do.....Grizzly Bear....I just can't get sick of that track....I play it a lot!Published 7 months ago by Daft_Togger
This cd is sublime, the production by Rick rubin is high fidelity, what fantastic music , WOWPublished 8 months ago by matt