Australian, psych-rock luminaries Stonefield, have hit the ground running with a busy, and very exciting 2019. As they wrap up their first tour of the year, supporting King Tuff on his North American dates, the band has announced they will be entering the studio with King Gizzard's Stu Mackenzie and Joey Walker for the follow-up LP to last year's Far From Earth (Flightless), as well as a UK/EU Tour in May and June. The tour includes several festival stops including Desertfest, The Great Escape, Maifeld Derby and Tomavistas.
Their third studio LP, Far From Earth, was released earlier this year on King Gizzard's Flightless Records via Inertia Music. The release has kept them in demand and on the road, with 2018 tours that included a headlining run in their native Australia, a sold-out leg with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, a Los Angeles residency at the Bootleg Theater, and a headlining tour of Europe and the UK.
Sleep Eaters are a five piece band from London. Formed in January 2018 the band have already played a host of huge shows supporting the likes of Mellah, Crows, The Murder Capital, LA Witch & Sugar Candy Mountain to name a few. The band have recently completed UK tours supporting Drahla, Flamingods and Froth.
Debut E.P 'Holy Days' out now via PNKSLM Recordings. Track 3 'Life of Sin' making it on to Rough Trades 'Counter Culture' best of 2019.
Tied in with psychedelia, 90’s grunge, garage rock and more, Mystic Peach met and formed in their hometown of Southampton, and following a period of soul searching from frontman, Curtis Gale, decided to unleash their pent up anger on something productive. Whilst collective favourites such as YAK and DIIV can be heard within their music to date, its works of film such as Clockwork Orange and The Warriors that inspire their output.
New single ‘The Eye And The Twitch’ is as nightmarishly cold-sweated as it is midnight-hungry. It’s the band’s most explosive track, with a chorus as infectious as the insomnia it references, the single explores the toxicity of a lack of sleep on health and relationships.
Speaking of the track, Gale explained: “It’s about lack of sleep, confusing fantasy and hallucinations for reality and the mood swings that come with it.”
If things have started to feel a bit far-out and the caffeine in your bloodstream has turned to the kind of wet afterthought that's only true function now is to simulate reality rather than stimulate, you know there can only be one true explanation…