added: 2 Jul 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
With his latest solo album Broken Brights due for release on July 16th, Angus Stone has unveiled the video
for one of the album's highlights - Wooden Chair.
Wooden Chair with it's whistling refrain is re-interpreted here with a visual that encapsulates the Stone
spirit. Shot in remote Australian bush land, its pastoral aesthetic complements the music it's reflecting.
Broken Brights, his latest solo outing is, says Angus, 'my most personal work to date'. This album holds an
essence that I've been searching for, for a long time.' This personal journey became a geographical one too the album was recorded in a variety of locations; a rustic dwelling in the Swiss Alps, along Australia's coastline, in a log cabin in the lush Indian countryside.
In partnership with his sister Julia, Stone has sold close to a million records and sold out venues including London's Festival Hall. What he has captured in the recording process for Broken Brights is this: memories and imaginings from his pilgrimage around the planet. Of his latest solo outing he says 'It's a whole different trip.'
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