Angus & Julia Stone unveil new music video for 'Nothing Else'
The Aussie sibling folk-rolk duo is also set to play at the Royal Albert Hall, London on June 10, in support of their 2017 album 'Snow'
Aussie sibling folk-rock duo Angus & Julia Stone have released an intoxicating new video for the stand-out track 'Nothing Else' from their latest album 'Snow', which released in 2017 to much critical acclaim.
The video features two versions of Julia Stone juxtaposed against each other: the buttoned-up, responsible businesswoman and the free-spirited, creative artist. Julia explains, “It’s about self-acceptance and self-love. I wanted to make a video that shows an aspect of the relationship we have with ourselves. The parts we love, the parts that we find irritating or unlovable. The relationship in the video begins with judgment and frustration. By the end of the video, there is an acceptance from both versions…an ease with the different elements, the contradictions of who we are."
The acclaimed duo played to sold-out rooms across North American at the end of 2017, including a special performance for Last Call With Carson Daly. Fresh from their sold-out Australian headline tour, Angus & Julia will head back to the UK and Europe for an extensive summer tour. See all dates here.
As per a press release, "The first notes of new album Snow are instantly transporting, beginning the next enchanting journey with the brother-sister duo. The album is yet another confident advance on a story which now accounts for over half a million album sales in Australia alone." The Sydney-born siblings produced and largely engineered it themselves, in Angus’ Belafonte Studios in the Byron Bay hinterlands.
Since the duo began performing together in 2006, their story has unfolded with an almost magical magnetism that has galvanised the world. Their albums have amassed multi-platinum sales and numerous ARIA and APRA awards at home, and won a fanbase of millions over spiraling tours of the UK, Europe and North America.