Liverpudlian rockers STONE have just declared a free hometown release party for their imminent debut EP, ‘Punkadonk’.
Announced this evening (November 9th) via social media, the buzzy four-piece have stated that they are “still working out the details”, but attendees can expect a free show, “100% off” trade-ins for a hand-stamped vinyl, and lots of beer. If you’re in the North West next Friday, November 18th, you’d be a fool not to attend.
STONE’s debut EP was announced last month with the lead single, ‘Money (Hope Ain’t Gone)’, and is set to arrive in full next Friday, November 18th, via Polydor Records. The band claim to care deeply about their community and helping others, and this event certainly puts their money where their mouth is.
You can set a reminder for the NO MONEY JUST MUSIC’ celebration here.
On the upcoming project, guitarist Elliot Gill says: “Our music is just a conduit to all the emotion that we all feel. We’re living in this scary sensational world of social media, where everything is overexposed and overwhelming. But we’re all in it as a generation. Fin [Power, frontman] and I have our own struggles with mental health, and I think that’s why we do what we do with such intensity; we put up that part of ourselves onstage just to give kids an opportunity to connect with something.”
The full ‘Punkadonk’ tracklist reads:
1. Money (Hope Ain’t Gone)
5. Radio Ready