Julia Stone has emerged from her nine-year silence with a fresh sound and lyrical outlook. Songs like “Dance” and “Unreal” demonstrate Stone’s ability to meld her trademark folk sound with synth-pop influences. With lust and longing at the thematic forefront, Sixty Summers showcases an artist gradually shedding their emotional cocoon and embracing their ability to love.
Julia Stone’s Sixty Summers is out now through BMG Australia
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