Dawn Landes is on her way to NZ supporting Sufjan Stevens.
Before she does she will be doing a few Aus shows.
We are excited to announce we will be supporting her on Monday February 22 at The Gasoline Pony!
It will be a beautiful, intimate show, so get in early to grab a spot!
Gasoline Pony | Doors 7pm | $5 entry
We are so excited to be supporting Those Pretty Wrongs [Jody Stephens (Big Star) and Luther Russell (the Freewheelers)] at Petersham Bowling Club on March 23rd!
They are here supporting Tweedy and will be only be doing two headliner shows in Syd + Mel. This will sell out as they are both intimate shows, so grab your tickets fast!
Head over to LOVE POLICE to purchase your ticket!
Facebook event here
This Photo taken by Maclay Heriot
On Thursday we performed at the very first Twilight At Taronga for 2016, supporting none-other-than Courtney Barnett & The Courtney Barnetts!
We had a great time playing to a crowd of thousands, our biggest crowd to date.
Thank you to everyone involved, it was a beautiful and special experience!
Here are a few snaps we took from the day:
See official photos taken by Maclay Heriot for Twilight at Taronga here.
This week we support Courtney Barnett at Twilight at Taronga.
It is SOLD OUT.
Doors open at 5:30pm. Get there early to grab a good spot!
Click here for everything Taronga and how to get there.
We this recorded this rendition of TEARS IN THE RAIN this last year when we were visiting the “Posh” side of Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg.
The song is from our debut album WORD GOT OUT available HERE.
Wir vermissen unseren lieben Deutsch Freunde. Hoffe, dass der Winter ist kurz.
**Please watch in HD**
Jess with the Black Eyed Susan’s – Fairytale of New York, Spotted Mallard , Melbourne Christmas Shows.
God help Us – A selfie at the Caravan Music Club before supporting Black Eyed Susan’s sold out show at the best venue ever – Caravan Music Club- Oakleigh. (We kicked butt by the way- 6 new songs !!)
Yarra Hotel Sunday show.A nice afternoon methinks.
Over the moon we are.
We supported one of our favourite Melbourne acts ever- The Black Eyed Susan’s at both their recent Melbourne Christmas Shows- heck we were invited by Mr Snarski himself.
Playing to the sold out Caravan Music Club in Oakleigh was a moving experience- what a crowd , venue , vibe and sound man.
Jess / Jep sung two songs with the band as well- one of Dep’s favourite bands ‘The Pogues’ with Fairytale of New York and Whams ‘Last Christmas‘ believe it or not – heartfelt and creepy.
Did a wonderful interview with Denise Hyland at the fantastic RRR studios on her TWANG show and rounded the weekend off at a show at The Yarra with the fantastic Bell St Delays as support.
We performed 6 news songs -all 3 of the nights that will be on our ‘Second album’ we are are working on RIGHT NOW!!
Peace out- have a good holiday.
And Melbourne thanks for being tops!
Jep and Dep.
Mistletone Records are bringing out the Ethereal-folk wonder that is Jessica Pratt and we are more than excited to announce that we will be supporting her at the Newtown Social Club on Tuesday December 8th.
Tickets are available now, so you better get in quick sticks!
We are absolutely thrilled to be the chosen support for COURTNEY BARNETT and to be playing at Twilight at Taronga series 2016, It’s an amazing line up this year with incredible headliners as well as supports. Courtney Barnett has just been nominated for 8 ARIA awards and is one of the most hardworking musicians and international touring acts around town. We. Cannot. Wait. For. This.
Click here for an exclusive pre-sale offer with our Promocode: TWILIGHTCOURTNEY (This offer ends Monday 26 October, 5pm), otherwise tickets* go on sale 9am AEDT next Thursday 29 October. We advise you get in quick with this one.
*Tickets include free return ferry from Circular Quay from 5pm; bus transfer from Taronga wharf to Zoo entrance; and post-show buses to Spit Junction and Mosman. Twilight at Taronga tickets also include half price same day entry to the Zoo.
All proceeds from Twilight at Taronga go toward the Taronga Conservation Society Australia – a not for profit organisation dedicated to wildlife conservation, scientific research and environmental sustainability.
We shot a live video of Babe Come Down at Live At Clevelands the other week.A fortnightly live music session that showcases country, folk and bluegrass acts from in and around the Sydney region. Filmed and recorded live inside the charming Cafe/Salon, ‘Cleveland’s’, located at 377 Cleveland St. Redfern.
Shot by the very talented Sam Brumby for Rode Microphones.
We hope you like it!
P.S We have something very exciting to announce next week. Stay tuned.
FACEBOOK EVENT HERE.
Purchase WORD GOT OUT here 😉
This October long weekend at Freda’s in Chippendale, HEARTBREAKER SESSIONS is proud to present the launch of Jep and Dep’s latest single ‘Cut All Ties’.
JEP AND DEP received widespread critical acclaim for their 2014 debut album Word Got Out which saw them touring Europe in 2015 and performing numerous shows here in Australia with the likes of Lost Ragas, Jo Meares, Johnny Marr, Aldous Harding and many more. The duo have a minimal folk-noir sound that has the ability to conjure the drama of bruised romance as readily as it explores the dark corners of the heart and mind. All with just Jessica Cassar’s swooning voice, complimented and contrasted by Darren Cross’ (Gerling) singing and acoustic guitar.
“The country duet is often maligned. Done with the right intent – as here, with minimal distraction from the central conversations – the emotions are front and centre, the simplicity sharpening the focus. Despite the relative youth of the names on the marquee, we’re talking early Johnny Cash and June Carter here, rather than Kenny and Dolly. Darren Cross’ almost-croon and strummed guitar makes for good contrast with Jessica Cassar’s sometimes bell-like lamentations. Babe Come Down’s distant cymbal splash, or My Man’s banjo, just underscore the love – or love gone wrong …” Ross McClelland, The Music
Also appearing on the bill is special guest LEAH FLANAGAN who melds an ageless voice with complex and alluring lyrics in a combination that has audiences entranced. It’s a sound reminiscent of singer/songwriters of the 70‘s that has captured hearts with laments and celebrations of love, sincerity and soul. As a musician, recording artist, professional singer and hired gun for major musical collaborative groups including the acclaimed Black Arm Band, Leah Flanagan has worked with prolific and versatile artists such as Meshell Ndegeocello, John Cale, Sinead O’Connor, David Bridie, Ricki Lee Jones, Gurrumul, Paul Kelly, Liz Stringer, Robert Forster, Dan Sultan and Jim Moginie.