STONEFIELD performs the song "CHANGES" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY XAVIER BRINKMAN
MICROPHONES BY RODE
It all started in a shed. More specifically, it started in a shed on a family hobby farm in a tiny rural township in Victoria, Australia.
The four Findlay sisters, who’d go on to become the earthen psych-rock opal that is Stonefield, had been granted their wish of a drum kit by their parents, whose Zappa, Hendrix and Zeppelin records had long been the shared soundtrack of the household. Amy – the oldest Findlay, though at that time just 15 – took a particular shine to the kit and soon began lessons, her practice sessions echoing out across the family’s acreage. It wasn’t long, however, before her sisters were drawn back into the shelter as, one by one, they found their own instruments to wrangle with. Hannah, then 13, started on guitar. Sarah, 12, took on the keyboard. Holly, just seven years old, listened in on her sisters practicing and, perhaps hearing that something was missing, asked her father for a bass.
Catch Stonefield on their follow-up US tour this year in support of their first proper US release. The highly acclaimed full length As Above So Below is out worldwide for the first time this April on LP via Rebel Union Recordings and casette via Lolipop.
CREDITS / SPONSORS
Producer/Talent Booker: Cindi Avnet
Co-producer: Priscillia Seelan
Videographer: Diego Ferrés
Recorded by: Mateo Barragan
Mixed by: Mateo Barragan
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