Stonehouse release their second album, Junction and The Edit have a preview sample to the country blues music listeners can expect from the Welsh rockers.
The three piece, who formed in 2010, have a refreshing feel in their music with classic rock mixed in with twists of blues sewn into each track.
‘Lonely Girl’ is produced and performed beautifully; simple, alternative and welcoming.
With a semi acoustic blues feel towards it the song is relaxing and goes back to the roots of traditional music performance; feelings and talent flow easily together telling a story in the track as singer Colin Roberts states: “me and Dei (drummer Deian Elfryn) sat and talked at length of a dark sombre film he saw called “The Stoning of Soria”, and of some insightful books I had read, “The Bookseller of Kabul” by Asne Seierstad and a couple by Khaled Hosseini “The Kite Runner” and “A thousand Splendid Suns”. Basically inspiring the story behind this track. A sobering reality.”
Stonehouse’s sophomore offering Junction, recorded in Liverpool with the help of Tomi Hargreaves and Nathan Owen – a Stonehouse member himself, is a testament to the talent that flows through the group and the passion each member has for the music they make and release.