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Spacey Jane - Here Comes Everybody Australian Tour (13+)


Spacey Jane - Here Comes Everybody Australian Tour (13+)

7:30pm, Thu 11 August, 2022

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With the release of their second album Here Comes Everybody fast approaching (out 24 June via AWAL), today ARIA Award winners Spacey Jane reveal new tour dates across Australia.

Taken from the working title of Wilco’s seminal album Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (one of the bands’ favourite albums) Here Comes Everybody first came to life at the start of the 2020 lockdown. The album features recent singles It’s Been A Long DaySitting UpLots of Nothing which landed at #3 on the triple j hottest100 and Lunchtime which also took out the #12 position on the coveted poll.

The beginning of Spacey Jane’s astonishing success in Australia arrived when the band released debut album Sunlight in June 2020.  Universal adulation duly followed for the band – vocalist and guitarist Caleb Harper, bassist Peppa Lane, guitarist Ashton Hardman-Le Cornu and drummer and manager Kieran Lama. The album debuted at #2 on the ARIA album chart, was voted Album of the Year in the triple j Listener’s Poll, was nominated for a J Award for Album of the Year and is now certified Gold.  The sleeper single-turned-megahit, Booster Seat picked up Song Of The Year at the 2021 ARIA’s, the AIR Awards Best Independent Song Of The Year and is certified platinum. It currently sits at over 35 million streams on Spotify alone, with the band hitting 180 million in total streams. Booster Seat also landed at #2 on the triple j hottest 100 in 2021, alongside Skin at #15, Straightfaced at #28 and Weightless at #81.  

“Not many bands currently on the circuit have put as much energy into their performance as Spacey Jane do. Their sets are electric and infectious; even if you don’t know a song, you’re moving by the time it’s finished.”

- NME  


“One of the standout strengths of Spacey Jane is their live show. It’s utterly infectious. They play like they’re having a blast on stage and it means the crowd does too. Their energy and passion might  only be bettered by that of their fans… screaming back the lyrics of every song.”



“The four-piece grew from indie-rockers worth keeping an eye on to one of Australia's leading  bands, emerging as a flag-bearer of the next generation of indie/pop.”