Australia’s award-winning rock quartet The Jezabels are currently tucked away in the studio, putting the finishing touches on their new record, under the guidance of producer Dan Grech-Marguerat (Moby, Scissors Sisters, Lana Del Rey, Keane, The Vaccines, The Kooks). The yet unnamed sophomore LP is the anticipated follow-up to Prisoner was which was released in Canada on Dine Alone Records and is due out in early 2014. The first single from the upcoming record, “The End”, will be released December 2. Get a sneak peak here.
It has been a steady rise for the band who released their gold selling, ARIA, AIR and AMP award winning debut album in 2011, soaring to #2 on the ARIA charts in its first week of release (beaten only by Adele). They have earned a reputation for thrilling live performance, selling out venues
globally including NY, Toronto, LA, Chicago, San Francisco, Vancouver, London, Berlin, Glasgow, etc. culminating with a sold out headline show at the 1500 capacity Brixton Electric (London) and then a sold out homecoming performance at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion to 5,500 fans also causing a buzz with their epic live performances at established international festivals like Pukkelpop (Belgium), Lollapalooza (USA, Chicago), Governors Ball (USA, New York), Osheaga (Canada, Montreal), Bumbershoot (USA, Seattle), Frequency (Austria, St Poelten), T In The Park (Scotland), Hop Farm (UK), Fun Fun Fun Fest (USA, Austin), Rifflandia (Canada, Victoria).
The Jezabels knocked out over more than 200 shows in 2012, cementing themselves as a regular highlight on the global touring circuit. The band returns to full scale touring next year. Keep your eyes peeled to www.thejezabels.com for details.
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- The Jezabels announce North American tour; 'The Brink' out Feb 18 on Dine Alone Records
- The Jezabels announce re-scheduled N. American tour dates