|Fri 02 May, 2014||Palais Theatre, Melbourne - All Ages|
|Tue 06 May, 2014||The Tivoli, Brisbane - 18+|
|Fri 09 May, 2014||Astor Theatre, Perth - 18+|
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Gang Of Youths
Sydney buzz collective and favourites of the blogosphere Gang Of Youths will be opening all shows aside from The Opera House dates. Gang Of Youths have been causing a stir lately thanks to their power pop debut single Evangelists and recent support slots for the likes of Vampire Weekend and Frightened Rabbit.
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07 Feb 2014
FIRST HEADLINE SHOWS ANNOUNCED FOR 2014!
Fresh from closing the main stage at St Jerome’s Laneway Festival dates across the country and off the back of the release of their second LP The Brink, which debuted at #2 on the ARIA charts, The Jezabels are excited to announce their first HEADLINE DATES for 2014, with two dates slated at Sydney’s iconic Opera House.
In 2012 The Jezabels played over 200 shows across the globe, refining their epic live show that has drawn them critical acclaim and won them a growing fan base both here and overseas. In 2013 they settled into life within a London studio with UK Producer Dan Grech-Marguerat (Radiohead, Scissor Sisters, The Kooks and Lana Del Rey) to write and record The Brink, which follows the release of their AMP Award winning debut Prisoner (2011).
They closed out the year opening for Depeche Mode and then The Pixies through Ireland and the UK.
Sydney buzz collective and favourites of the blogosphere Gang Of Youths * will be opening all shows aside from The Opera House dates. Gang Of Youths have been causing a stir lately thanks to their power pop debut single Evangelists and recent support slots for the likes of Vampire Weekend and Frightened Rabbit.
You can view The Jezabels’ new clip for Look Of Love here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQ3fAMOz-Ic
“The Jezabels’ continue to challenge the male-dominated bands of Australian rock n’ roll.” Spectrum - Sydney Morning Herald
“The Brink captures a more playful Jezabels. The title track has big synth washes that make a grand statement, one that enhances their previous sound, rather than lazily replicating it.” - The Herald Sun
Friday 2 May Melbourne | Palais Theatre (All Ages)
Tuesday 6 May Brisbane | The Tivoli (18+)
Friday 9 May Perth | Astor Theatre (18+)