Julia Stone’s first solo album in eight years, Sixty Summers arrives as a powerful rebirth for one of Australia’s most prolific artists. Emerging from the wildernesses of folk and indie- rock, on Sixty Summers Stone dives headfirst into the cosmopolitan, hedonistic world of late-night, moonlit pop. The stunning album brings us the grit and glitter of the city, with all its attendant joys, dangers, romances and risks. It is Stone at her truest, brightest self, a revered icon finally sharing her long, secret love affair with this vibrant and complex genre.
Recorded sporadically over five years from 2015 to 2019, Sixty Summers was shaped profoundly by Stone’s key collaborators on the album: Thomas Bartlett (Doveman) and Grammy-winning singer/ songwriter/producer St. Vincent (Annie Clark). Bartlett and St. Vincent were the symbiotic pair Stone needed to realize her first pop vision.
2. 60 Summers
3. We All Have (feat. Matt Berninger)
8. Fire In Me
13. I Am No One
14. Dance (French Version)
15. What Is Love