Coming off the release of their sophomore album 'Bees' (January 2020), Bones and Jones have moved away from what they describe as their beginnings as a 60’s rock inspired group. While maintaining their knack for writing catchy pop tunes, the band have steered themselves towards a more mature sound; a brilliant integration of pop and rock that is uniquely their own. Bones and Jones have a sense of multi-genre fluidity which allows their reach to span across diverse audiences of old and new music lovers. Announcing their third album in July 2020, the band promised a series of single every month until the release of their AMP Nominated album 'Ginger Gold (Farm Singles)’.
Recorded over a period of three months during the first COVID lockdown, the tracks were laid down in the band’s “usual rehearsal space” on an old apple orchid farm. The recording and rehearsal studio was converted from the farm’s decommissioned fruit cooling room.
'Ginger Gold (Farm Singles)' is available digitally and on limited edition vinyl.
Thousands of bands try and replicate the loose charm of 60s and 70s classic rock and blues, but so few make it sound this exciting and this much fun. - Dan Condon - ABC Double J