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Julia Stone - Sixty Summers Album Review

30 Apr 2021
Julia Stone - Sixty Summers Album Review

Julia Stone may have just delivered one of the most surprising albums of the year with her third solo record ‘Sixty Summers’. Throughout her career that spans 15 years, the Sydney based singer-songwriter has delivered intricately soft and warm indie folk-pop soundscapes that have almost become trademarked to her and Angus. But for this record she has really tapped into her love for pop music with her boldest and most experimental body of work yet.

‘Sixty Summers’ is a pop record through and through, and was co-produced by St Vincent which you can definitely hear her influence shining through on tracks like ‘Who’ and ‘Substance’. From the opening almost spoken-word track ‘Break’, she lays the foundations of the experimentation and never holds back with her creative thoughts while she discovers how she wants to say something. 

This album hears Julia Stone in a different but reassuring light. There are still moments inspired by folk music with dreamy harmonies transporting you to a different place which has always been Julia Stone’s forte. While the production is bolder, her storytelling is still tender, vulnerable and dreamy, and she's just finding a new way to deliver it.

Must Listen Tracks;

  • ‘Substance’
  • ‘Sixty Summers’ 
  • ‘Easy’ 

Check Out Julia's album in store or online now!


Buy Julia Stone Sixty Summers CD here.

Thomas Bleach wrote this blog post for Sanity. See more from Thomas Bleach here

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