Folk is a Stone family affair. It’s scratched out on a fugitive guitar, carved in an exquisite softness. After their adventure in Los Angeles with prestigious U.S. producer Rick Rubin, these Australians have created a family project written with four hands. And it was in Switzerland, on the slopes of a snowy mountain, that they came up with the premise for Snow. Back in their home country, the Stones cloistered themselves in Angus’ cattle farm in the hinterlands of Byron Bay. Connected to nature, they composed the sunny melodies of Snow around a dusty organ from the 1960s that they picked up second-hand. Transmitting by turns spleen and euphoria, the duo sings the poetry of Baudelaire and the Hollywood follies of the Château Marmont. Four years after a stunning concert at the Montreux Jazz Lab, the warm harmonies of Angus & Julia Stone will once again resonate in Montreux.