Down the Way

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Down the Way
Studio album by Angus & Julia Stone
Released 12 March 2010 (2010-03-12)
Genre Folk, acoustic
Length 66:11 (including physical bonus track)
Label EMI Music Australia, Capitol Records
Producer Angus & Julia Stone
(except "And the Boys" produced by Brad Albetta; "Hold On" co-produced by Keiran Kelly and "Big Jet Plane" co-produced by Govinda Doyle)
Angus & Julia Stone chronology
Hollywood EP
Down the Way
Angus & Julia Stone
Singles from Down the Way
  1. "And the Boys"
    Released: 4 December 2009
  2. "Big Jet Plane"
    Released: 7 May 2010
  3. "For You"
    Released: 1 April 2011

Down the Way is the second full-length album by Australian singer-songwriter duo Angus & Julia Stone. It was released on 12 March 2010 in Australia through EMI Music Australia,[1] 15 March in the United Kingdom & Europe through Flock/PIAS, 30 March in the U.S. and Canada through Nettwerk and 6 April in France through Discograph.[2] It debuted at number 1 on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) albums chart and was certified triple platinum in Australia and platinum in France.

The physical CD release (including an untitled bonus track appended to track 13) was released in two formats: standard CD jewel case or deluxe version with gold embossed text on a ribbon-tied, peach-coloured, fabric covered digipak hard-book which includes the additional Red Berries bonus disc and a 20-page lyric book. Red Berries is a collection of bonus tracks from the previous EPs and includes one previously unreleased track "This Way".[3]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Angus & Julia Stone

Down the Way
No. Title Length
1. "Hold On"   4:25
2. "Black Crow"   3:50
3. "For You"   5:20
4. "Big Jet Plane"   3:59
5. "Santa Monica Dream"   5:30
6. "Yellow Brick Road"   7:36
7. "And the Boys"   4:09
8. "On the Road"   4:05
9. "Walk It Off"   3:24
10. "Hush"   4:22
11. "Draw Your Swords"   6:35
12. "I'm Not Yours"   3:58
13. "The Devil's Tears" (includes hidden song, "Old Friend") 8:51
Total length:


  1. ^ "Angus & Julia Stone Draw Your Swords – Witchery Autumn/Winter 2010". The In Sound From Way Out. 3 March 2010. Retrieved 9 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "Angus & Julia Stone: Down the Way". Discograph. 6 April 2010. Retrieved 9 April 2012. 
  3. ^ "Down the Way (Hardbook)". JB Hi-fi. Retrieved 14 February 2012. 
Preceded by
Plastic Beach by Gorillaz
Australian Albums Chart number-one album
22 March 2010 – 5 April 2010
Succeeded by
April Uprising by the John Butler Trio