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THE JEZABELS

28 April 2014 – 29 April 2014

Venue: Concert Hall  View Seat Map
Presented by: Sydney Opera House by arrangement with Artist Voice

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ARIA Award-winning Sydney alt-pop favourites The Jezabels return home for a two-night stand with their anthemic new album, The Brink.

Tickets on sale Thursday 20 February 9am

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Following world tours with the ARIA Award-winning Prisoner and the hit single 'Endless Summer', the Sydney alt-pop favourites return home for a two-night stand with their anthemic new album, The Brink.
Following world tours with the ARIA Award-winning Prisoner and the hit single 'Endless Summer', the Sydney alt-pop favourites return home for a two-night stand with their anthemic new album, The Brink.

In a startling seven year journey that counts the ARIA Award-lauded, Australian Music Prize-winning debut Prisoner, tours with the Pixies and Tegan & Sara, and nearly 200 performances around the globe last year, Sydney's own The Jezabels finally return home with their epic new album The Brink - bringing their brooding goth-pop and signature anthems for an Opera House debut of soaring, high drama romance.

Channelling a classic lineage of rock iconoclasts, Hayley Mary's live-wire intensity, diary-deep lyrics and black-clad presence has garnered comparisons to PJ Harvey and Chrissie Hynde alike. Split through Heather Shannon's electro-stacked synthesisers, Samuel Lockwood's searing guitar and the hard-rock drum rolls of Nik Kaloper, The Jezabels' blistering live reputation has culminated in a sophomore album inspired by a stadium-sized need to return to the stage – recently reaffirmed in their meteoric finale at St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2014.

Following their critically acclaimed trilogy of eps, high-rise breakthroughs such as 'Endless Summer', 'Mace Spray' and 'She's So Hard' and an album of the year nod from Rolling Stone, The Brink is set to reaffirm the 'intensindie' quartet's place in an all-Australian invasion on foreign land. Now taking a two-night stand in the city where it all began, The Jezabels will grace the Concert Hall stage in a watershed new chapter of pure heart-on-heart rock and sweeping alt-pop perfection.

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Pricing Information

Prices correct at the time of publication and subject to change without notice. Exact prices will be displayed with seat selection.

Standard $59
Insiders $47.20
Standing Room (*see conditions) $20
Booking fee applies per transaction

$8.50 - Contact Centre
$8.50 - Internet
$5.00 - Box Office Counter

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Pricing Information Explained

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*$20 standing room tickets: a limited number are available for this performance, valid for Healthcare cardholders and patrons 20 years or younger. Patrons must purchase tickets in person from the Sydney Opera House box office along with presentation of Healthcare card and/or proof of age. Limit of 2 per person, while stock lasts.

Performance Dates

Monday 28 April 8pm
Tuesday 29 April 8pm

Reviews

**** 'Like Bjork leading a young U2' - Rolling Stone USA

**** 'The Jezabels remain one of our biggest indie-pop exports' -   The Music

**** 'A fresh blast of vintage turmoil: a robust spin on the echo-laden romanticism of early-eighties New Wave rock'  - Rolling Stone USA

'The Jezabels are one of the premier young bands in the country'  - SMH

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Listen to The Jezabels

Endless Summer

The End

Mace Spray (Live at the Enmore)

Hurt Me (Live at T in the Park)

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