Watch: Julia Stone covers The National from historical prison in Australia

Her forthcoming album 'Sixty Summers' arrives on April 16

Julia Stone has shared a livestreamed performance, which was filmed at a historical prison in Australia.

Stone and co. took to Victoria’s Old Castlemaine Gaol, where they opened their set with a cover of The National’s “Bloodbuzz Ohio.” While this isn’t the first time Stone has covered the track, this definitely serves as a reprise of the studio version on 2012’s By the Horns.

Stone then went on to play more tracks from her back catalogue alongside four singles from her forthcoming album Sixty Summers, “Dance,” “Unreal,” “Break,” and her recent collaboration with The National’s Matt Berninger, “We All Have.” The livestream performance served as a fundraiser for Support Act, an Australian music industry crisis relief organization.

Watch the livestream in full below.

Sixty Summers, which is set for release on April 16th, serves as the follow-up to By the Horns.