Australian indie rockers are celebrating 10 years of their award-winning album, Prisoner, by getting back together for a national tour.
The biggest line up to date, award-winning wines, food trucks, camping and more!
Crammed in front of the Jezabels backline, Ali Barter and band managed to pull off a solid set of driving pop tunes. The bass lines harked back to when people still smoked in pubs and were searching for a space between grunge and pub rock. The harmonies provided by keyboardist complemented Ali’s lead vocals which, […]
In between recording their new album The Brink, closing the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival dates and international touring, The Jezabels found some time to create their first ever, DIY film clip!Angels Of Fire was filmed in and around London, and is being released exclusively online, you can view it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmhuOpW2wM0
Indie rock band The Jezabels have released their second album ‘The Brink’ a couple of years after the success of their debut album ‘Prisoner’, which saw them take out a bunch of awards namely ‘Best Artist’ at AIR Independent Music Awards, as well as 8 ARIA nominations.
The Brink, the first and title track of The Jezabels' second album, revisits the glorious mystery of rock'n'roll redemption: the thrilling loss of innocence to a power that never wanes from one teenaged generation to the next.
They may have sacrificed spontaneity for the sake of a tight show, but The Jezabels rank among one of the most impressive live acts I've seen all year.
Canadian six-piece band Hey Rosetta! return to Australia to perform alongside one of our hottest exports, The Jezabels. Hey Rosetta!, consisting of leading man Tim Baker, cellist Romesh Thavanathan, violinist Kinley Downling, bassist Josh Ward, drummer Phil Maloney and guitarist Adam Hogan, who formed in 2005, have since blossomed into a powerful group whose explosive live shows have earned them a devoted following.
The community of Tumby Bay was the centre of the Australian live music scene last Saturday night as Triple J brought their 'One Night Stand' free concert into the seaside town.
Fantastic news for South Australia! The Eyre Peninsula has been thrust into the limelight as it will he hosting Triple J’s 2011 One Night Stand. Tumby Bay, 40 kilometres from Port Lincoln, has been announced today as the location for the One Night Stand on Saturday April 2nd. The headlining acts announced so far are Birds […]