Liverpool four-piece STONE share new single ‘I Let Go’, a full-throttle rejoice of surrendering yourself to impulse and excess. The single follows the release of their debut EP Punkadonk late last year which featured stand out single and BBC Radio 1 ‘Tune of the Week’ ‘Money’ Hope Ain’t Gone’. Currently on an extensive European tour winning over massive crowds in support of The Kooks, the band will return to home soil for their own UK headline tour this April, with an extra show now added for London due to demand, full dates below and tickets here.
With their formidable live reputation preceding them, STONE have stormed straight out of the new-era Liverpool scene. Their breakout 12 months was capped off by the release of debut offering Punkadonk, which fuses thrilling, frenetic rock with a more intimate exploration of the Gen-Z experience – as rewarding to mosh to as it is emotionally absorb. ‘I Let Go’ marks their first new music of 2023, and the band explain; “’I Let Go’ is a song about one of those nights where you promise yourself ‘I’m not going to drink’ then end up going straight out when your mates call you up. The song is about how out of control you can become when going out, and even though you know getting drunk and partying isn’t good for you – it’s so fun in the moment…”
Led by the instantly-discernable vocals of Fin Power, STONE are completed by Elliot Gill (lead guitar) Sarah Surrage (bass), and Alex Smith (drums). Their burgeoning fanbase already includes some of music’s biggest names, which has led to handpicked support slots from the likes of YungBlud, Inhaler, Sam Fender, as well as blistering festival sets at Reading and Leeds and Louis Tomlinson’s ‘Away from Home’ line up in Malaga. The band have been championed across BBC Radio1 and 6Music by the likes Jack Saunders, Clara Amfo and Steve Lamacq. ‘I Let Go’ anticipates another big year for STONE as they continue to cement their presence as one of the UK’s most exhilarating young acts.