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Dope Lemon

Smooth Big Cat (2023 repress)

limited turquoise lp - £25.99 | Buy
'Smooth Big Cat' is the fourth studio album by Angus Stone; second under the name Dope Lemon and was released on 12 July 2019.
Dope Lemon

Honey Bones (2023 repress)

limited transparent yellow 2lp - £32.99 | Buy
'Honey Bones' is the third studio album by Angus Stone; first under the name Dope Lemon and was released in June 2016.
Dope Lemon

Rose Pink Cadillac

limited pink 2lp - £32.99 | Buy
Limited 2LP Picture Disc - £28.99 | Buy

CD - £12.99 | Buy
For his third heavy thinking Lemon album, Stone steps away from the observatory of space from his earlier records and towards something glitzier and glammier bu...

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SZNZ: Spring

limited indies only glow in the dark lp + vinyl only track 'Across The Meadow' - £31.99 | Buy
lp + vinyl only track 'Across The Meadow' - £27.99 | Buy
SZNZ: Spring, initially released on March 20th, is the first instalment in one of the bands most exciting projects to date: SZNZ, a four EP song cycle of sorts ...
Angus & Julia Stone

Life Is Strange

limited translucent yellow lp - £21.99 | Buy
cd - £12.99 | Buy
Angus & Julia Stone’s unexpected, unguarded, unforgettable fifth album.


  1. Kimosabè
  2. Derby Raceway
  3. Golden God
  4. Miami Baby
  5. Just You And Me
  6. Blue Moon Fox
  7. Broke Down Casino
  8. Slinging Dimes
  9. Give Me That Fire
  10. Lemon Tree

Dope Lemon


  • limited selected retailers exclusive "animated" picture disc lp in gatefold sleeve

    Released: 1st Sep 2023

  • limited "sea blue" lp in gatefold sleeve

    Released: 1st Sep 2023

  • CD

    Released: 1st Sep 2023


A hypnotic laidback groove permeates Dope Lemon's rough n ready ride from the second the needle drops until it spins out its country-twanged, surf-baiting last - it's a fitting listen for this time of year, landing just as the last embers of summer twinkle out.

a divine, open-armed, open-ended universe. It’s the first Dope Lemon album that reveals the face of Angus Stone, the project’s impresario himself, on the album’s cover, because “this record is everything that’s me.” “In the past, the artwork has been real anonymous, in a way, because I was trying to explore these styles, and having this shield in front of me was beautiful – I could sort of slink around in the shadows and wouldn’t have the public make judgement on the person behind it,” Stone says. “This record, I had moments of clarity reflecting on my childhood and I was able to see where I want to be in the future. Putting myself on the cover just felt right.”