Of Sea and Stone & 7000apart at Foam

3359 S Jefferson Ave, St. Louis 63118

Of Sea and Stone is back in St. Louis! Join them with their friends 7000apart on Friday, August 9th at Foam. Opener TBA. Cover $10

Of Sea and Stone Folk-Americana duo Of Sea and Stone began in January 2014 when Luke Dierker and Morgan Manson matched on Tinder. Immediately exhibiting a rare vocal chemistry, the two decided to prioritize their music, playing tirelessly across their home state, Missouri. 5 years, one marriage, and many shows later, the pair has released their first full-length studio album and has been touring nationally since the summer of 2017. Across the United States, the two are recognized for their captivating vocal harmonies and intimate songwriting. Their recent single I Love You, Goodbye, and it's accompanying music video, premiered on Nashville's The Boot. I Love You, Goodbye is a sterling example of the couple's heartbreaking vocals, as well as their haunting lyrical style that belies their youth. Of Sea and Stone never fails to transport you, making you feel their pain and joy through every performance.

"This new single highlights an abundance of paradoxical themes not only in title but even in execution – as their polished and poised vocal harmonies, cascade over their raw and vulnerable songwriting. There’s a certain inevitably expressed in “I Love You, Goodbye” – but we’re just thankful this real-life duo has found harmony in their own unity, and continue to graciously share their combined vulnerability and strengths with us.” - For The Love Of Bands

7000apart “We Are More” - together. The up-and-coming Swedish/American duo, 7000apart, is stepping into a high note of their music career by releasing their debut album, “We Are More”, shining a hopeful light on relationships and overcoming struggles. The story began for this husband-wife duo with Amelie leaving Sweden to attend a U.S.A high school as an exchange student, where she met Jon and they fell in love. As Amelie’s exchange year ended, 7000apart was created as a way of keeping their relationship strong while being 7000 kilometers apart. After three years of long distance, they were reunited and got married. By then, their music project had grown from having something in common to a passionate career pursuit. “Organic pop” is the best way to label the genre of the album, with powerful vocals and inspirational songwriting. “We Are More” was recorded in the heart of Sweden and contains 10 songs that bring the listener on a journey of love, hope and overcoming struggles.