Listen to ‘The Wedding Song’, Angus & Julia Stone’s ode to love

Aussie duo Angus & Julia Stone offer 'The Wedding Song' from their new album 'Cape Forestier,' with a tour stop at London’s Royal Albert Hall.


Aussie siblings Angus & Julia Stone are gearing up for their sixth album, Cape Forestier, slated for release on May 10th via PIAS. Alongside the album announcement, they also share plans for an extensive European tour, with a highlight performance at the iconic Royal Albert Hall on May 28th.

Accompanying the news is the release of their heartfelt single, ‘The Wedding Song’. Originally crafted for a friend’s nuptials, this song has since become a cherished part of several intimate ceremonies, including those of their family. Due to the overwhelming love and requests from fans to have a formal version for their own significant moments, the Stones have finally decided to release it officially. Give it a spin below!

‘The Wedding Song’ embodies the essence of love and profound connections. Angus & Julia Stone describe the track as “a celebration of love and human connection,” aiming to illuminate the beauty in human interactions and the commitments we make to one another. They hope to offer a ray of light in times that often seem dim, showcasing the power and beauty of love in bringing people together.

This single sets a promising tone for Cape Forestier, hinting at an album filled with warmth, love, and the authentic storytelling the duo is known for. As they prepare to take their new songs on the road, fans across Europe can anticipate intimate performances that showcase their latest work and reflect the duo’s journey through music and life.

Angus & Julia Stone tour dates:

14 May – Palau de la Música, Barcelona, Spain

15 May – Kursaal, San Sebastián, Spain

17 May – Palacio Municipo De Ifema Madrid, Madrid, Spain

20 May – Philharmonie, Cologne, Germany

21 May – Den Atelier, Luxembourg, Lux

22 May – Théatre Sébastopol, Lille, France

23 May – Cité des Congrès, Nantes, Frace

26 May – Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin, IRE

27 May – Beacon, Bristol, UK

28 May – Royal Albert Hall, London, UK

31 May – Spardawelt Freilichtbühne, Stuttgart, Germany

01 June – Laeiszhalle, Hamburg, Germany

03 June – Cirque Royal, Brussels, Belgium

06 June – Le CEPAC Silo, Marseille, France

09 June – Admiralspalast, Berlin, Germany

11 June – Carré, Amsterdam, NL

14 June – L’Olympia, Paris, France

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