Supported by Eves The Behavior
WED 2 MAR
- (02) 9550 3666
- Concert Mode - General Admission Standing
- On sale now @ The Enmore Theatre + Ticketek
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES
The band’s world tour has been cancelled until further notice due to the health of keyboardist Heather Shannon and the decision by the group not to tour without the full band.
A statement from the band reads:
‘Three years ago Heather was diagnosed with a unique type of ovarian cancer. Although she has been able to maintain life as usual generally, between treatments, the time has come for her to undergo further immediate treatment which will require her to stay in Sydney.
We were very excited to be hitting the road again in support of our third album, SYNTHIA, but sadly due to a sudden turn of events Heather’s condition requires attention now so touring in the proposed time frame is no longer possible.’
For further information please contact our box office on (02) 9550 3666
After 18 months off the road, writing and recording with long-time producer Lachlan Mitchell, the Jezabels and Frontier Touring are excited to announce a national major cities tour – with special guest, 21-year-old electro pop sensation Eves The Behavior.
2016 sees The Jezabels return with their third studio LP, Synthia, in store February 12th independently via MGM Distribution.
High expectations are a given now for The Jezabels, seven years since those first EPs – The Man Is Dead, She’s So Hard and Dark Storm – began their slow burn from Sydney to the world; four years since ‘Prisoner’ scooped the Australian Music Prize and set stages ablaze from their breakthrough performance at Splendour in the Grass to Lollapalooza; and almost two years since ‘The Brink’ and the spectacular global onslaught that followed, with talked about live performance slots at Montreal Jazz Festival, Glastonbury, T in The Park, Deichbrand and more.
Although the first official single from the new album isn’t due for release until early 2016, the band have released the six-minute epic ‘Come Alive’ online to give fans a taste of what’s to come.
“What would you say on your deathbed? What will your regrets be? I think mine might be, ‘I was scared’. So take that and act on it now. Now that, for western women at least, some of the real, tangible obstacles are being dismantled, we’ve got to approach the internal ones.” – Hayley Mary
The Jezabels are: Sam Lockwood guitar / Nik Kaloper drums / Hayley Mary vocals / Heather Shannon keys