Angus & Julia Stone Release Title Track from Forthcoming Album, “Cape Forestier”; 2024 Tour Dates On Sale Now

March 8, 2024 BY Emma Orland

After announcing their sixth album Cape Forestier last month, multi-platinum sibling duo Angus & Julia Stone share the title track, a reflective look on their journey as musicians. From their humble beginnings as indie upstarts to seasoned veterans performing to crowds in the thousands, Angus & Julia have gone through all the trials and tribulations that come with a career in music – emerging even stronger. The result is an album that feels freeing – artists at peace with what they’ve done and unveiling a celebration for all they’ve achieved.

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Julia elaborates on the song: “Cape Forestier is about a boat on a journey. I suppose it speaks to the journey we’re all on in our lives—the comings and goings of love, loss, pain, and moving towards new horizons. We spent a lot of our childhood on and in the water. Elements of nature are lyrically and mythically important in our writing. The ebb and flow of tides, the changing cycles—nature so often helps us to understand our inner world. This is a very personal song to us, so we’ve chosen to share some unseen footage in the music video from the start of our time together making music in the living room at home to where we are now.”

Along with the song Angus and Julia share a music video comprised of previously unseen footage that spans their career. It opens with a poignant quote from Angus who illustrates the magic behind their musical evolution that spans more than a decade. He says: “I guess the music has always been the one true thing that allows you to navigate your way through it all – there’s a magic that can only be created through letting go and exploring – and what you’ve got to say. It’s been one epic journey, that’s for sure.”


“Making music has always been pretty simple for us… just something we have to do.” Angus looks over at his sister. There’s a brief pause. He continues, “life is complicated, confusing and strange at times but music isn’t. Not for us. It’s just something we do to feel normal.” Julia nods in agreement.

It’s this language of music that forms the basis of Angus and Julia Stone’s new album, Cape Forestier – a collection of heartfelt songs that share the sound of their extraordinary journey together. The new album plays out like a storybook from the hearts and minds of Angus and Julia Stone – reminiscent of their earlier records, with each song revealing itself as a different page. Whether it’s the rhythmic strum, relaxed feel and beautiful lyrical adventure of the title track “Cape Forestier,” the seductive opening track “Losing You,” the emotive and touching “The Wedding Song,” or the gentle front porch sway of “County Sign,” it seems clear that Angus and Julia Stone were born to be musicians at heart.

Music has continued to play an essential role in their lives over the years, as they’ve established a prominent career in the international music world. Their albums have amassed multi-platinum sales and numerous ARIA and APRA awards at home and won a fanbase of millions over spiralling tours of the UK, Europe, and North America. 2017’s Snow, was praised by NYLON and Billboard, who debuted their hit single “Chateau,” along with a music video starring Stranger Things breakout star Dacre Montgomery. Last year, Angus shared the stage with Post Malone to perform their multi-platinum hit “Big Jet Plane,” a song that Malone fondly refers to as “probably my favorite song for-fucking-ever.”

Their indelible impact has been nothing short of timeless as their hypnotic songs have infiltrated film and TV from Woody Harrelson’s film The Edge Of 17 to TV shows like Pretty Little LiarsSuits, and Revenge, as well as a national TV advertisement for Maybelline. They have cast their spell over the world’s key festivals: Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, Rock Werchter, Hurricane, Austin City Limits, Electric Picnic, and Splendour In The Grass.

In between tours and recording, the two have pursued their own solo careers, with Julia collaborating with St. Vincent’s Annie Clark on Sixty Summers (2021), receiving praise from the likes of Interview Mag and Rolling Stone. Angus released his psychedelic-pop sounds under the alter-ego moniker DOPE LEMON, performing at Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, and the Sydney Opera House. 

Whether they are tagged as folky, acoustic, or indie-rock is not a concern for the duo. “It has never been about a stylistic choice; we make it how we make it,” says Angus. Julia adds, “we are two people who play music because, well, just because. We are endlessly surprised and honored that people get something from it – it makes it so much more special to share it with a community.”

Angus & Julia Stone
Cape Forestier
May 10, 2024
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Track List:

1. Losing You
2. Down To The Sea
3. Little Alaskan Anchor
4. Cape Forestier
5. County Sign
6. City Of Lights
7. No Boat No Aeroplane
8. The Wedding Song
9. I Want You
10. Somehow

11. Sitting In Seoul
12. The Wonder Of You



12 April – Zermatt Unplugged – Zermatt, Switzerland

14 May — Palau de la Musica – Barcelona, Spain
15 May – Kursaal – San Sebastien, Spain
17 May — Palacio Municipo de Congres – Madrid, Spain
20 May – Philharmonie – Cologne, Germany
21 May — Den Atelier – Luxembourg, Lux – SOLD OUT
22 May — Theatre Sebastopol – Lille, France – SOLD OUT
23 May — Cite des Congres – Nantes, France
26 May — Grand Canal Theatre – Dublin, Ireland
27 May — Beacons – Bristol, UK
28 May — Royal Albert Hall – London, UK
30 May – Unique Moments (National Museum) – Zurich, Switzerland
31 May – Spardawelt Freilichtbühne – Stuttgart, Germany
01 June — Laeiszhalle – Hamburg, Germany
03 June — Cirque Royal – Brussels, Belgium – SOLD OUT
04 June – Cirque Royal – Brussels, Belgium – SOLD OUT
06 June — le Silo – Marseille, France
09 June – Admiralspalast – Berlin, Germany – SOLD OUT
10 June – Admiralspalast – Berlin, Germany *NEWLY ADDED
11 June – Carre – Amsterdam, NL – SOLD OUT
12 June – Carre – Amsterdam, NL *NEWLY ADDED
14 June – Olympia – Paris, France – SOLD OUT
15 June – Grande Rex – Paris, Frances


21 June – Place Des Arts – Theatre Maisonneuve – Montreal, QC
22 June – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ON
23 June – Town Hall – New York, NY
26 June – The Centre Vancouver – Vancouver, BC
27 June – The Fox Theater – Oakland, CA
29 June – The Orpheum Theater – Los Angeles, CA


01 July – Teatro Metropolitan – Mexico City, Mexico
03 July – Cine Joia – Sao Paolo, Brazil
05 July – Teatro Oriente – Santiago, Chile


03 August – Kiri Te Kanawa – Auckland, New Zealand
06 August – QPAC – Brisbane, Australia – SOLD OUT
08 August – State Theatre – Sydney, Australia
09 August – State Theatre – Sydney, Australia – SOLD OUT
14 August – Palais Theatre – Melbourne, Australia
15 August – Palais Theatre – Melbourne, Australia – SOLD OUT