Triple Treat Tour feat Eves, Jesse Davidson, Jordan Léser
It's a new year and, you know what that means - tastemakers around the globe suddenly spring into action to uncover the next round of what's hot in the music world. To save you some time, the first TRIPLE TREAT TOUR for 2014 is here featuring three of Australia's absolute finest emerging talent. Eves, Jesse Davidson and Jordan Léser, hailing from Brisbane, Adelaide and Sydney respectively, are joining forces for this fourth instalment of the TTT, a co-headlining jaunt around the country taking place in February/March.
Eves is the music-making moniker of the Cairns-born, Brisbane-based Hannah Karydas who, in more ways than one, experienced something of an incredibly transformative 2013.
Having not only made the shift in name, Eves released only two singles - 'Heavy' and 'Zen' - and quickly gathered much love with the international blogsphere and the music industry alike. She played shows with the likes of Jeremy Neale, Hungry Kids of Hungary, Courtney Barnett and Holy Holy while triple j not only playlisted 'Zen', but also named her one of the finest to watch in 2014 with an inclusion in their Next Crop predicitons.Eves plays with a full band in tow in all capital cities.
Headlining in Brisbane, Melbourne
At the tender age of 17, Jesse Davidson is already creating extraordinary amounts of hype for himself. As one of triple j's Unearthed High finalists of 2012, many were quick to draw comparisons with Grizzly Bear, Jeff Buckley, James Blake and Chet Faker - illustrious company indeed.
Though he didn't win that competition, the wheels were set in motion, and by the end of the year Jesse's tracks were receiving airplay on triple j and XFM in the UK as well as on popular tv show, Offspring. Recently released single 'Big Bois Gotta Eat' has gained global praise in the blogsphere. With his debut Ep due in early 2014 expect to hear much more from Jesse.
Headlining in Canberra
While the songs of Sydney-based singer-songwriter Jordan L ser have been described as arrows aimed straight to the heart, her sense of place is evocative, her gift for melody arresting, and her haunting compositions reminiscent of some of her heroines - Kate Bush, Sinead O'Connor and Loreena Mckennitt.
She has been playing live shows in Sydney for three years, and has supported a variety of artists including The Preatures, Glass Towers and Ben Salter. Her debut single 'Brother Moon' recently premiered across the country on triple j.
Headlining in Sydney, Wollongong