The Jezabels are an Australian indie-rock outfit hailing from Sydney, New South Wales, consisting of singer Hayley Mary, guitarist Samuel Lockwood, keyboard player Heather Shannon, and drummer Nik Kaloper.
Formed in 2007 after getting together at the University of Sydney, they released their debut EP 'The Man is Dead' in 2009. After picking up more and more fans thanks to their music as well as their gigs, they finally put together their first LP 'Prisoner', which hit number two in the Australian charts, and for which they won an ARIA award.
The band supported Depeche Mode during their UK and Ireland dates, on their ‘Delta Machine’ world tour in 2013, and put out their second album, 'The Brink', in 2014.
The band played London’s Tufnell Park Dome in March 2016, following the release of their third LP, 'Synthia'. Catch them playing rescheduled Australian shows in October, or touring North America the month after - for more information on tickets check out Stereoboard.
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When I went to Clapham Calling, I had no idea who The Jezabels were but when I saw them, I was not disappointed. After waiting for half an hour and watching the sound check, the Jezabels came on and introduced themselves before packing in a huge amount of songs and fun into their relatively short slot. The performance was stunning. As I later discovered, they sounded almost exactly the same at the festival to their album which shows just how talented they are.
Between songs they joked with the audience and they had their first mosh pit. However, it wasn't very successful and the person who started it was soon, in the words of Hayley, the singer, 'deleted from the building'. The band were very friendly when I later met them and overall put on a brilliant performance. Since then, they have become my favourite band. If you go to see them, or even if you don't, I'd fully recommend checking out some of their music, you will not regret it!