Dublin Alt Rocker The Stoles are thrilled to announce the release of their highly anticipated debut album titled “Age of Deception”
After a phenomenal 12 months with 3 singles released, 2 tours across Ireland’s best venues and getting playlisted on numerous Irish and European radio stations, The Stoles finally release their highly anticipated debut album.
The album is out on iTunes, Spotify and other major digital stores since Friday February 9th 2018 on US largest indie label Spectra Music Group.
The album was written by The Stoles and recorded at Red Lake recording studio, produced & mixed by Modest Prophet and mastered by Masterlab; Artwork by Massimiliano Veltri.
Formed in 2015, Dublin’s The Stoles are committed to doing their own thing in their own way, by aligning their politically charged lyrics with a signature and distinctive sound.
Singer/bassist Antonio Derosas, guitarist Andrea Crusco and drummer Ciaran O’neill believe in creating music that’s era-less and true to their own selves.
Having spent the summer of 2015 playing at some of Ireland’s best indie music festivals, such as Le Cheile and Scrobarnach, The Stoles launched straight into writing and creating their debut album, the process of writing an album seen the band explore and hone their sound more than ever before.
In December 2016 The Stoles signed a publishing deal with the largest independent record label in North America – Spectra Music Group.
2018 will see the band release their debut album titled “Age of Deception” under the Spectra label followed by an extensive tour across Ireland, UK and mainland Europe.
‘They make an impressively complex noise for a three piece, funneling a broad range of influences into an alternative rock template…’
Marky Edison, Muso’s Guide
‘Dublin band The Stoles have a Black Keys vibe going on, but with maybe more of an emphasis on heavy rock than blues…’
Joe Donnelly, TXFM
‘From signing with Spectra Records in December to playing Whelans and the Galway Fringe Festival this July, Dublin rockers The Stoles are beginning to make waves…’
Conor Boyle, Hot Press
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