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Tones And I to Grace the Cover of Rolling Stone Australia’s Debut Issue

Rolling Stone Australia spent time at Tones’ home, met with her friends, and was a fly on the wall backstage at one of Australia’s biggest festivals.

Image of Tones And I with the Rolling Stone Australia logo

Tones And I is the cover artist of Rolling Stone Australia's debut issue.

Giulia McGauran for Rolling Stone Australia

While the local and global music scene struggles through one of its toughest periods to date, support of the local music industry is as important as ever.

It is with great pride that we announce Rolling Stone Australia’s first print issue for this May.

Arriving on May 4th, the first issue of the magazine is set to be a major addition to the music and publishing industry, and is set to ensure lovers of music, sports, politics, and culture have everything they could ever dream of in one sharp homegrown package, while also helping to support long form journalism in the process.

The artist who will be gracing the cover of our debut issue is Melbourne’s own Tones And I. Following a massive year which has seen Toni Watson go from being a Byron Bay busker to topping global charts, breaking streaming records, becoming a favourite of icons like Elton John, and essentially becoming a household name, there’s never been a better time to focus on such an important and vital artist.

Image of the first issue of Rolling Stone Australia

In this eight-page cover feature, featuring exclusive photography by Giulia McGauran (GG McG) and a poster, Rolling Stone Australia spent time at Tones’ home, met with her friends, and was a fly on the wall backstage at one of Australia’s biggest festivals.

In our deep-dive into the phenomenon that is Tones And I, Rolling Stone Australia takes a privileged look inside the world of an artist whose rise to fame is yet to be – and may never be – eclipsed.

If you’re eager to get your hands on the debut issue of Rolling Stone Australia, then now is the time to sign up for a subscription. Serving as a must-have addition to any self-respecting music fan’s collection, a cherished gift, or even some timely self-isolation reading, folks can subscribe to the quarterly magazine now.

Whether you’re just a fan of music, you’re a supporter of the local music scene, or you enjoy the thrill of print and long form journalism, then Rolling Stone Australia is exactly what you need. Click on the link below for more information regarding our subscription service.

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