Australian Alt-Rockers Bones and Jones Release New EP In Blue

Leaning into the indie rock facet of their sound

Australian alt-rock band Bones and Jones have just released their new EP In Blue. In Blue sees Bones and Jones lean into the indie rock facet of their sound following the unique fusion of folk and garage heard in their previous work. Trading their signature slide guitar sound for synthesizers, the forthcoming EP marks a new stage for the band that they are thrilled to share with old and new fans alike.

Formed during high school in the Victorian town Geelong and now based out of an old apple orchard on the Victorian surf coast/Wathaurong Country, Bones and Jones draw inspiration from the landscape that surrounds them as well as their decade-long friendships within the band. This background has resulted in a sound that blends country-tinged vintage rock with a contemporary energy, which has caught the attention of Rolling Stone, NME, The Guardian, and Triple J.

Additionally, the band’s eclectic style has gained prestigious recognition as their second album Ginger Gold (Farm Singles) was nominated for the Australian Music Prize and Victorian Music Awards.

With an impressive track record of opening for widely-celebrated bands including King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Angel Olsen, Crumb, Twin Peaks, Mdou Moctar, The Murlocs, The Nude Party, and Drugdealer, Bones and Jones are currently taking their frenetic live show across their homeland of Australia opening for Melbourne trio The Grogans. Be sure to check them out at SXSW 2024 as they make their first appearance in the US this year!

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Australian Tour Opening for The Grogans:
Mar 28 @ Freo.Social in Fremantle, WA, Australia
Mar 30 @ Lion Arts Factory in Adelaide, SA, Australia
Apr 5 @ The Triffid in Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Apr 6 @ The Factory Theatre in Marrickville, NSW, Australia
Apr 13 @ Northcote Theatre in Northcote, VIC, Australia
Apr 21 @ Thornbury Theatre in Thornbury, VIC, Australia

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