Angus and Julia Stone: Snow review – dreamy Australian indie rock | Music

After years of contributing separate songs to their albums, Australian siblings Angus and Julia Stone were saved from splitting in 2014 when Rick Rubin suggested they write together. They’ve embraced co-writing fully on this self-produced record, where dreamy indie rock of songs such asChateau is shaded by the retro-summer Instagram filter as Beach House or the War on Drugs. It’s the psychological richness of different viewpoints coming together, the intimations of trouble in its sonic paradise, that lift it beyond pleasant, though: “I’ll sweep you off your feet and you will fall apart,” murmurs Julia on the title track, “Sweep you off the floor, oh God, you’re drunk again,” counters her brother.

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