Sunstack Jones Announce New Album

Sunstack Jones Announce New AlbumSunstack Jones

Sunstack Jones

Released 29 June

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Sunstack Jones the breezy Liverpool collective release their eponymous new album on the 29th June

We say: Breezy summer pop with a touch of Americana, Latest single By The By has a Byrds meets ’68 psyche folk – the perfect album for chilling outside in the blazing sunshine

They say: Echo-laden vocals, chiming guitars and sun-warped melodies – the kind that evoke panoramic images of hazy sunsets and all those introspective moments in-between. Sunstack Jones will continue to craft dreamy gems: “We’ve got a point to prove. People just need to hear our music

The album is something of a pre-emptive strike on the inevitably dull British summer, bringing forth songs that stand out like slants of light in a dusty old room. Their aim is to make immersive music, transporting you to a lethargic euphoria with billowing soundscapes to soothe the soul.

The band’s soul-psyche dream-pop sound caught the attention of Nick McCabe, the lead guitarist of The Verve which led to him  not only championing them but mastering their album, which  brought a lovely  3D quality, sprinkling it with some extra magic

By The By, the second release from the forthcoming album is all delicious shuffling sun-drenched folk, framed in rich, warm and Laurel Canyon harmonies, and layers of slide guitar floating through its picture-perfect pastoral scene. The video is also out now.

The album, as wholesome and warming a collection of psych-folk work as you could hope for and will surely find its long awaited moment in the sun on its release end of June.     

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Incoming Live dates:

19 May Great Escape, Brighton, UK

2 June Vestrock, Hulst, NL

16 June FAB Middlewich, UK

29 June Source Collective, Carlisle, UK


Words by Nigel Carr/Sunstack Jones. More writing by Nigel on Louder Than War can be found in his Author’s archive. You can find Nigel on Twitter and Facebook and his own Website

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Nigel is Interviews & Features Editor at Louder Than War, freelance writer and reviewer. He has a huge passion for live music and is a strong supporter of the Manchester music scene. With a career in eCommerce, Nigel is a Digital Marketing consultant and runs his own agency, Carousel Projects specialising in SEO and PPC. He is also co-owner and Editor at M56 Media/Hale & Altrincham Life, and a Presenter on Radio Alty.


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