THE LINE, CHANNEL V & MUSIC FEEDS presents
STONEFIELD & OWL EYES WINTER ROAD TRIP
8:00pm, Fri 10th August, 2012
Orange Ex-Services Club, NSW
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High flying local Melbourne artists OWL EYES and STONEFIELD are set to join forces for a national, co-headline tour August. Under the moniker of Winter Wanderlust the regional tour will promote and support the Australian government initiative THE LINE, promoting respectful relationships throughout society. With support from special guests Hey Geronimo.
Brooke Addamo (Owl Eyes) and Stonefield's Findlay sisters are the latest musical ambassadors to be enlisted in the campaign and will aspire in their roles to spread The Line's positive message throughout the tour and beyond.
It is the first time the Wunderkind label sisters have toured together and both artists are excited about not only spreading The Line's message via their music and performance, but also by the anticipation of their time on the road together through predominantly regional areas of Australia.
The five young women, with an average age of less than 19 years hope to utilise their unique position in a male-dominated industry to encourage young people to work towards changing attitudes and behaviour about violence and relationships.They join previous musical ambassadors for The Line Pez, Maya Jupiter and Lisa Mitchell.
The music industry has traditionally been a difficult environment to navigate, and both artists have overcome many obstacles on their way to achieving astounding success in a short amount of time whilst still managing to create true and meaningful connections with their youthful fan bases - Stonefield won the triple J Unearthed High competition in 2010 and have played at The Big Day Out as well as Glastonbury (UK); Owl Eyes has embarked on three sold-out national tours, key supports for the likes of Darwin Deez and The Wombats, as well as featuring in triple j' prestigious Next Crop artists for 2012 - all that with both artists yet to release their debut albums.
Supported by Gunface