The New York Times premiered the album exclusively on its website, and Pitchfork and Consequence of Sound went on to champion it. Rolling Stone named them one of the break-out bands of 2015 and said about the album: "On Gold and Stone, Eternal Summers burrow deeper into feedback-drenched guitards and just-sweet-enough vocals, displaying a newfound urgency on songs like the charging "Bloom" and the whispery "Ebb Tide"."
While the band have been steadily growing with each new album, they've clearly gathered huge momentum with Gold And Stone. The band have been on the road supporting it ever since, including their first European tour, including a big support run for Surfer Blood, a passage at Incubate Festival and headline shows in Ireland, Holland and the UK.
In the past, the band have toured with the The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Nada Surf, We Are Scientists and The Presidents of the United States of America.
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