Angus & Julia Stone have a date with London's Royal Albert Hall this summer

After selling out shows across the rest of the world, the Aussie folk-rockers take their act to the prestigious Royal Albert Hall on June 10

                            Angus & Julia Stone have a date with London's Royal Albert Hall this summer
Angus Stone and Julia Stone (Source: Getty Images)

Currently playing to full houses in the US, following sold out shows across Europe, the UK, and home-ground Australia, folk-rockers Angus & Julia Stone have announced a prestigious summer show in London,where they will play the Royal Albert Hall on June 10, 2018, in support of their latest album.

Tickets to the show are available here.

Unveiled in September of 2017, the Stones’ latest full-length studio effort ‘Snow’ is the latest in a body of work dating all the way back to 2006, when Angus & Julia first emerged from Sydney’s Northern Beaches with their signature harmonies and ethereal songcraft.

Recorded in Angus’ Byron Bay cottage, ‘Snow’ is the first album written entirely in collaboration - a process initiated by legendary producer Rick Rubin while working on the pair’s 2014 self-titled record.

On release, ‘Snow’ hit the top 20 in the US, UK, France, Switzerland and New Zealand. The album also rocketed straight to number 2 on the Australian ARIA Albums Chart, becoming the duo’s fourth consecutive top 5 album in the process - a remarkable achievement in this constantly shifting musical landscape.

The lead single from the album, 'Chateau' has struck a special chord with audiences around the world, proving a real highlight of their live shows and racking up over 8 million video views on YouTube. The narrative is played out by leading Australian actors Courtney Eaton of Mad Max Fury Road fame and Dacre Montgomery, who stars as ‘Billy’ in the Netflix hit series ‘Stranger Things 2’.

Last November saw the Aussie duo drop the second music video from the album for the song 'Cellar Door'. "'Cellar Door' was written after our grandfather’s funeral," says Angus young in a press release.

"I was laying around the pool with mates, drinking rum with dime bags. It’s cool how the video is kinda like a mirror of that experience—old comrades celebrating the fallen, and the good stuff that comes with heading into the golden hour at an old Irish pub."

'Snow' by Angus & Julia Stone is out now and available for streaming, purchase and download here.