Check Out Stonefield’s Go-To Tracks From Their Favorite Soundtracks
Gems from 'Call Me By Your Name', 'The Lovely Bones', and more!GUIDE
Four-piece sister act, Stonefield, couldn’t be hitting their stride at a better time—their dynamite synthesis of prog, metal, and psych-rock is sweeping the scene and solidifying them as heavy hitters in the genre. Their forthcoming LP, Far From Earth, out April 13, is a spirited take on questions of identity and perspective in the vastness of the universe. Despite it’s rollicking energy, the LP hits moments of tenderness, with sultry melodies and catchy choruses. Need proof? Check out the album's title track, which hit the interwebs a little over a month ago. Built up with strokes of synth and impassioned guitar riffs, this treasure indicates that Stonefield have not only found their voice, but mastered it.
Aside from making us want to jam TF out wherever we are, their music also has a cinematic feel to it, which is why it made total sense when we found out that they're huge movie buffs as well. When they’re not playing shows on the road, catch the girls in their tour bus binging on cult classics like The Virgin Suicides, The Lovely Bones, and Call Me By Your Name. We wanted to know what tracks stood out from the pack from their favorite soundtracks, so they gave us list of their go-to's.
Check out their picks below, and if you live in LA be sure to catch them playing new songs off the album during their month-long residency at the Bootleg Theatre in April!
Stonefield's Top 5 Soundtrack Picks
"In our down time one of our favourite things to do is go to the pictures, we especially love going to see small independent films. Film soundtracks play such an important role, and there is always that song that stands out, contributing to making a scene so much more special. After seeing an amazing film we become obsessed with the soundtrack, and listen to our favourite songs from the film over and over. Here’s some of our fav songs from a few of our fav movies."
Brian Eno - 'The Big Ship' from The Lovely Bones
Sufjan Stevens - 'Mystery of Love' from Call Me By Your Name
Air - 'Playground Love' from The Virgin Suicides
Roger Neill - 'Santa Barbara, 1979' from 20th Century Women
The Shangri-Las - 'I Can Never Go Home Anymore' from Wild