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The Jezabels Return To The Studio For Sophomore Album

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The Jezabels are currently tucked away in a studio in London England, 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 as yet unnamed next installment of their incredible career is due in store early 2014. 

The first single off the record, The End, will be released mid next month giving fans a taste of what to expect. 

It has been a steady rise for the quartet who released their gold selling, ARIA, AIR and AMP award winning debut album, Prisoner in 2011. Screaming in at #2 on the ARIA charts in its first week of release (right behind Adel). 

Following their sold out Australian tour in June 2012 which wrapped up with a show to 5500 fans at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion, the band relocated to the UK permanently and have spent the past 12 months 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).

Including their own sold out headline shows in places like NY, Toronto, LA, Chicago, San Fran, Vancouver, London, Berlin, Glasgow and more, The Jezables knocked over more than 200 shows in 2012, cementing themselves as a regular highlight on the global touring circuit.  

2014 will see the band return to the live arena internationally and here at home. Keep your eyes peeled to www.thejezabels.com for details. 

 “Unexpectedly inventive… topped with a cherry in the form of singer Hayley Mary” 

THE GUARDIAN 

“With each soaring, emotive note… The Jezabels’ command with an easy authority. No wonder they have the confidence to play by their own rules” 

THE INDEPENDENT

"It is clear they are outgrowing their beginnings to become a band that matters... that set off fireworks in your stomach" NME 

“Their debut drips confidence… set against brooding, stadium rock riffs” Q MAGAZINE 

“Classic new wave from these great Australians” SUNDAY TIMES CULTURE 

www.thejezabels.com 

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