Probably ‘Far From Earth’ (2018) is not know by general public, regardless of being a powerful rock and psychedelic record from the four Findlay sisters Amy, Hannah, Sarah and Holly from the little and rural village of Darraweit Guim in Victoria, Australia. They made their debut in 2006 when their were 16, 19, 20 and 24 years old, respectively. ‘Far From Earth’ was produced by Black Mountain’s member Stephen McBean and published on King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard’s label Flightless Records, who saw on them something unique and impossible to describe that combines Fleetwood Mac, Jefferson Airplane or Black Sabbath.

They have toured with King Gizzard, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and with King Tuff recently. They have played in festivals such as Glastonbury, Levitation or Desert Daze. Their upcoming album is due to be released in April and it will be published again by Flightless Records. An album from which they will start releasing singles in February and for which there are great expectations placed without knowing where the evolution of their sound will go.

Stonefield have never been in Spain and Tomavistas is the perfect occasion to start giving them the attention that they deserved. We are totally in love with their music and we hope that Tomavistas becomes the starting point for a long career in our country because bands like them are really necessary within the global music scene. They are like a punch in the face with an instrumental mastery and melodic skills that very few groups have at this moment.