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listen1. Big Jet PlaneDown The Way 3:59$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen2. Silver CoinA Book Like This [+digital booklet] 4:57$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen3. Paper AeroplaneA Book Like This [+digital booklet] 3:40$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen4. Big Jet Plane (Acoustic)Big Jet Plane [EP] 3:59$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen5. You're The One That I WantBig Jet Plane [EP] 3:12$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen6. HushDown The Way 4:21$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen7. I'm Not YoursDown The Way 3:58$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen8. Little BirdJust A Boy - EP 4:32$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen9. For YouDown The Way 5:19$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen10. Draw Your SwordsDown The Way 6:35$1.29  Buy MP3 
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Having spent the last two years touring the world in support of their critically acclaimed debut – A Book Like This – Angus and Julia Stone return with their eagerly anticipated sophomore release Down The Way.

On Down The Way they make their debut as producers, and develop their sound without losing the spirit of their debut. There’s been a subtle shift in gear, evidence of a growing confidence - the music gravitates from sparse to rich and textured arrangements yet never loses its etherealness and charm.

Traveling has been an integral part of the Stone’s musical story so it’s not ... Read more

Having spent the last two years touring the world in support of their critically acclaimed debut – A Book Like This – Angus and Julia Stone return with their eagerly anticipated sophomore release Down The Way.

On Down The Way they make their debut as producers, and develop their sound without losing the spirit of their debut. There’s been a subtle shift in gear, evidence of a growing confidence - the music gravitates from sparse to rich and textured arrangements yet never loses its etherealness and charm.

Traveling has been an integral part of the Stone’s musical story so it’s not surprising they opted to record in a number of diverse locations around the globe - an old sawmill on the river banks of Fowey, Cornwall, a studio in Brooklyn, a water tank in Coolangatta, their second home - London - and Queens in New York.

Once again the duo share song-writing duties – their individual styles juxtaposing yet complimenting the other. Themes of lost love and yearning weave through Down The Way, which opens with the epic and rich tapestry of “Hold On.”

Elsewhere touches of piano and understated fingerpicking guitar light up the darkness of the sound – “For You”- and forthcoming single “Big Jet Plane” sees Angus’s rustic tones rolling atop a dreamy string arrangement. “Draw Your Swords” – a six-minute work out building to an unrestrained crescendo; “Devil’s Tears” – gentle piano and sweet acoustic guitars – wrapping up the album.

On Down The Way, Angus and Julia showcase thirteen lovingly crafted songs reflecting a myriad of emotions. Another graceful step on a remarkable musical journey.

Over the course of the last three years the duo have ventured everywhere from the Scottish Highlands to the heart of the USA. This tireless touring has expanded their audience with Myspace plays now exceeding five million. With a worldwide tour kicking off in their native Australia in March the siblings are set to continue to win yet more hearts across the globe in 2010.

The first single from the record, “And The Boys,” was co-produced by the siblings and Brad Albetta (Martha Wainwright) and is out now.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Having spent the last two years touring the world in support of their critically acclaimed debut – A Book Like This – Angus and Julia Stone return with their eagerly anticipated sophomore release Down The Way.

On Down The Way they make their debut as producers, and develop their sound without losing the spirit of their debut. There’s been a subtle shift in gear, evidence of a growing confidence - the music gravitates from sparse to rich and textured arrangements yet never loses its etherealness and charm.

Traveling has been an integral part of the Stone’s musical story so it’s not surprising they opted to record in a number of diverse locations around the globe - an old sawmill on the river banks of Fowey, Cornwall, a studio in Brooklyn, a water tank in Coolangatta, their second home - London - and Queens in New York.

Once again the duo share song-writing duties – their individual styles juxtaposing yet complimenting the other. Themes of lost love and yearning weave through Down The Way, which opens with the epic and rich tapestry of “Hold On.”

Elsewhere touches of piano and understated fingerpicking guitar light up the darkness of the sound – “For You”- and forthcoming single “Big Jet Plane” sees Angus’s rustic tones rolling atop a dreamy string arrangement. “Draw Your Swords” – a six-minute work out building to an unrestrained crescendo; “Devil’s Tears” – gentle piano and sweet acoustic guitars – wrapping up the album.

On Down The Way, Angus and Julia showcase thirteen lovingly crafted songs reflecting a myriad of emotions. Another graceful step on a remarkable musical journey.

Over the course of the last three years the duo have ventured everywhere from the Scottish Highlands to the heart of the USA. This tireless touring has expanded their audience with Myspace plays now exceeding five million. With a worldwide tour kicking off in their native Australia in March the siblings are set to continue to win yet more hearts across the globe in 2010.

The first single from the record, “And The Boys,” was co-produced by the siblings and Brad Albetta (Martha Wainwright) and is out now.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Having spent the last two years touring the world in support of their critically acclaimed debut – A Book Like This – Angus and Julia Stone return with their eagerly anticipated sophomore release Down The Way.

On Down The Way they make their debut as producers, and develop their sound without losing the spirit of their debut. There’s been a subtle shift in gear, evidence of a growing confidence - the music gravitates from sparse to rich and textured arrangements yet never loses its etherealness and charm.

Traveling has been an integral part of the Stone’s musical story so it’s not surprising they opted to record in a number of diverse locations around the globe - an old sawmill on the river banks of Fowey, Cornwall, a studio in Brooklyn, a water tank in Coolangatta, their second home - London - and Queens in New York.

Once again the duo share song-writing duties – their individual styles juxtaposing yet complimenting the other. Themes of lost love and yearning weave through Down The Way, which opens with the epic and rich tapestry of “Hold On.”

Elsewhere touches of piano and understated fingerpicking guitar light up the darkness of the sound – “For You”- and forthcoming single “Big Jet Plane” sees Angus’s rustic tones rolling atop a dreamy string arrangement. “Draw Your Swords” – a six-minute work out building to an unrestrained crescendo; “Devil’s Tears” – gentle piano and sweet acoustic guitars – wrapping up the album.

On Down The Way, Angus and Julia showcase thirteen lovingly crafted songs reflecting a myriad of emotions. Another graceful step on a remarkable musical journey.

Over the course of the last three years the duo have ventured everywhere from the Scottish Highlands to the heart of the USA. This tireless touring has expanded their audience with Myspace plays now exceeding five million. With a worldwide tour kicking off in their native Australia in March the siblings are set to continue to win yet more hearts across the globe in 2010.

The first single from the record, “And The Boys,” was co-produced by the siblings and Brad Albetta (Martha Wainwright) and is out now.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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