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Listen: Andrew Stockdale’s First Post-Wolfmother Single ‘Long Way To Go’

Written by Mike Hohnen on March 7, 2013

Andrew Stockdale has come good on his threats to continue making music away from the banner of Wolfmother, and today we have the first sample of what we can expect. Long Way to Go is a much more uplifting jam than you’d expect, suggesting that Stockdale is very pleased with his new direction.

Along with the track, Stockdale explains that he hopes social media can “bring some joy into your life in the form of this song”, putting it to the people to spread the word – much like Wolfmother back in the day.

The musician is good enough to credit all those involved in the process, and is sure to mention his own name a few more times, just to be safe. Check out the tune below, thanks to the Wolfmother SoundCloud (he hasn’t gotten around to changing account names as of yet).

Listen: Andrew Stockdale – Long Way to Go

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