Stone Hearts - Nothing Seems To Change

This has taken quite a fair bit of time to finally come into fruition but my band Stone Hearts has released what could be considered our “debut” EP I guess. 6 songs that I’m (surprisingly) not sick of after about a year of playing them. Anyone who has come and seen us in the last year has probably heard all of these songs already but I’m glad to finally get this out for everyone else to hear. Thank you for anyone who has supported us and to Josh Howes at Death’s Grip Records for releasing it on cassette (and for his description of the ep/insight into a confronting experience in his life…..fuck).

Anyway, we are playing with Basement at The Lab on Saturday so if you live in Brisbane and are attending make sure you come out early and see us play the EP in full. Hope you enjoy it :)


if you like balance and composure/daylight/run for cover etc. this is for you


Images from an epidemic.

Shots in and around Kailahun, Sierra Leone where the worst Ebola outbreak ever recorded continues unabated.
The latest bad news is that the lead doctor at the largest government-run Ebola isolation ward has now also come down with the disease.

Photos:  Jason Beaubien, NPR


Paolo Girardi, 2013


What Earth would look like, hypothetically, if it were destroyed by a black hole. via Discovery Space


What Earth would look like, hypothetically, if it were destroyed by a black hole.

via Discovery Space



Do you ever just lie awake at night, hours before you’re due to get up, trawling through the ‘dark-side’ of YouTube looking for something out of the ordinary? Something like the hundreds of homicide evidence videos, reviews of My Little Pony figurines by ‘Bronies’, or maybe you’re the type…


Each fall, millions of monarch butterflies migrate to California and Mexico for winter. North American monarchs are the only butterflies that make such a massive journey (up to 4,830 kilometers/3,000 miles). They use the sun to ensure that they stay on course and on cloudy days Earth’s magnetic field as a kind of backup navigational system. (read more here)

how the fuck can people be so happy and have such a positive outlook on life with all the shit that goes on

a woman from Queensland lost her brother and sister-in-law on missing flight MH370 and then lost her step-daughter and husband on shot down flight MH17. what are the odds. 

extinction is the final cost

greed, a disease of man, brings us down to our knees
armageddon thrust upon us, but we’re too blind to see
senseless quest for power, only a quest in lies
feeding off each other’s misery, how many have to die?

searching for salvation, it’s right before our eyes
drowning in a sea of neglect, stocked with countless lies
realise if we faced demise, it’s all by our own hand
power lies inside, rise up and take a stand

take and take never give until there’s nothing left
innocent, their suffering, declining but no one seems to care
greed, the path leads nowhere
falling as we tear this world apart
innocence lost, corrupted from the start




I should be going to Sydney this weekend hmmmmmm