STONE – ” Let’s Dance To The Real Thing “

Posted: February 8, 2022 in MUSIC

Stone know that there’s more to life than the ice at the bottom of the glass. On their breakthrough single ‘Leave It Out’, frontman Finn Power sings from first-hand experience: “Now it’s 3AM and you don’t even know your name / Third time this week mate, it’s your life going down the drain.” There’s a better life out there and it’s gripping as they work through the anxiety to find it. Labelling their sound ‘scally rock’, the delivery is so street-Scouse that you’ll be pulling a wheelie around the Albert Dock belting their lyrics in no time.

If you’re an indie fan living in Liverpool then you’ve likely already heard of Stone, that rare breed of indie band who emerge from the overcrowded melee and prove themselves a genuine hope for nationwide success. Having dropped only three songs in 2021 (one a B-side), Stone are looking to capitalise on the considerable—and rising—success of their live shows by having an incredibly prolific 2022.

Having supported YUNGBLUD on tour this year, the Scouse quartet have picked up a whole host of well-deserved fans who are waiting eagerly for more acerbic lyrics delivered in a regional accent and go-crazy garage indie compositions. They have a lot to look forward to in 2022.

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