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November 12, 2021

Allen Stone releases his APART today via ATO Records, his new album that reimagines some of his most beloved songs to-date, stripping each lavishly arranged track back to the very essence of its creation. He also shares his duet with pop sensation Alessia Cara, “Bed I Made.” The track is one that Cara has been covering since as early as 2013 and notes, “‘Bed I Made’ has been one of my favorite songs since the moment I heard Allen do a live rendition of it while surfing the internet. It’s still the first song I play when I pick up a new guitar. I’m so incredibly honored to be on this new version with him. It feels super full circle for me ‘cause this tune and his music mean so much to me!”

Stream the album in full HERE and listen to “Bed I Made” HERE

Stone will be performing the new versions of his tracks on his upcoming North American headline tour, kicking off in December. He also just announced a New Year’ Eve show at Seattle’s Moore Theater. All tour dates are below and tickets are available at, including passes to the APART AAA Pre-Show Experience.  

APART was recorded with Grammy-nominated producer Ryan Hadlock (The Lumineers, Brandi Carlile, Vance Joy) during the pandemic over the course of three 10-day sessions at the fabled Bear Creek Studios: a converted barn on a 10-acre farm in Stone’s home state of Washington. Not only an ideal showcase for his powerfully emotive voice, the result is a testament to the magic within Stone’s artistry: a profound understanding of music’s potential to imprint upon our lives, and a commitment to creating the kind of songs that endlessly impart wisdom and comfort and undeniable joy. Additional highlights from APART include his exquisite singles including a cover of the Bob Marley classic Is This Love,” “The Wire,” andWhere You’re Atwhich Billboard noted is “a reminder of just how powerful a vocalist he can be… Stone’s stunning pipes carry an important message about finding ways to appreciate current realities.” 

Raised in the small Washington town of Chewelah, Stone grew up on gospel music and spent much of his childhood watching his parents sing in church. ​​Since making his full-length debut in 2010, Allen has built a devoted following on the strength of his deeply reflective yet wide-eyed and radiant form of soul music. His most recent album, 2019’s Building Balance, was produced by Jamie Lidell and featured contributions from Mike Posner and Emily King, with the video for “Consider Me” starring Taye Diggs. Stone has appeared on The Today Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live! and performed a gorgeous NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert in 2020. 

The latest from Allen Stone, APART, is out now via ATO Records and is an album that Stone ultimately views as a document of one of the most fantastically strange moments in his career to-date. 

NPR MUSIC, TINY DESK CONCERT | “The Washington state native has a voice that we simply don’t come across often… this set proved undoubtedly that his voice belongs right up front.”  

WORLD CAFE (WXPN) | “Soul singer Allen Stone is an intense performer. His energetic shows, plus his warm and evocative albums, explain why Stone has such a solid fan base.”

  INTERVIEW MAGAZINE | “The most soulful, pitch-perfect voice in new American music.”


  1. Unaware
  2. Give You Blue
  3. Bed I Made (Featuring Alessia Cara)
  4. Brown Eyed Lover
  5. Lay It Down
  6. Consider Me
  7. American Privilege
  8. Circle
  9. The Wire
  10. Where You’re At
  11. I Know That I Wasn’t Right
  12. Is This Love

Stream ‘APART’ Here: 



12/02 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre

12/03 Albany, NY – Empire Live

12/04 Philadelphia, PA – City Winery – Philadelphia

12/05 Boston, MA – City Winery – Boston (Early/Late)

12/08 Washington, DC – Lincoln Theatre

12/10 New York, NY – City Winery New York (Early/Late)

12/11 New York, NY – City Winery New York (Early/Late)

12/13 Detroit, MI – St Andrews

12/14 Chicago, IL – City Winery (Early/Late)

12/15 Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line Music Cafe

12/31 Seattle, WA – The Moore Theatre

1/10 Nashville, TN – Cannery Ballroom

1/11 Charlotte, NC – Underground

1/13 Atlanta, GA – Center Stage

1/14 Orlando, FL – The Plaza Live

1/15 Fort Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room

1/16 Tampa, FL – Tampa Theatre

1/18 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall

1/19 Dallas, TX – Granada Theater

1/21 Austin, TX – Scoot Inn

1/22 San Antonio, TX – Aztec Theater

1/24 Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom

1/26 Los Angeles, CA – El Rey

1/28 San Diego, CA – House of Blues

1/29 Anaheim, CA – House of Blues

2/01 San Luis Obispo, CA – Fremont Theater

2/03 San Francisco, CA – The Independent

2/05 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades

2/07 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall

2/08 Denver, CO – Summit

2/10 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater

2/11 Vancouver, BC – The Commodore Ballroom