With a blend of dreamy acoustic duets, foot-stomping Folk and bluesy murder ballads, trio South for Winter’s sound is as eclectic as their origins. Formed in Christchurch, New Zealand and now based in Nashville TN, the band consists of New Zealander Nick Stone, Colorado native Dani Cichon, and Michigander Alex Stradal. Together the three multi-instrumentalists and songwriters combine elements such as cello, guitar, mandolin, suitcase stomp, and three-part harmonies into a genre-bending sound described as "impeccable" by American Songwriter and "a journey well-worth taking" by AmericanaUK. Between tours throughout the U.S., Canada, New Zealand and Europe, South for Winter has been releasing singles from their sophomore album, Of Sea and Sky, recorded with GRAMMY award-winning producer Matt Leigh in Nashville TN. The highly-anticipated second album is due in early 2024.