7:30 pmSaturday, 27 April 2019


Esplanade Hotel

11 The Esplanade, St Kilda

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In a celebration of one of Melbourne’s most iconic music venues, Jungle have today announced their most intimate Victorian show to date at St Kilda’s recently restored Hotel Esplanade, AKA The Espy.

It’s been a long time coming for Jungle fan’s who have not seen the British outfit grace Australian shores since they hit up Splendour in the Grass way back in 2014.

The eagerly anticipated Antipodean tour was announced in the wake of the follow up to their self titled Mercury Prize nominated debut record, which featured binge worthy tracks such as Busy Earnin’ and The Heat.

Titled For Ever the new album describes the band’s Californian Dream and the reality check of actually living it – the feeling of being adrift on the West Coast compounded by the collapse of long-term relationships.

The silver lining for Josh “J” Lloyd-Watson and Tom “T” McFarland (the duo who dreamt up Jungle’s inimitable sound) is what they lost in love, they gained in music with future hits House In LA and Happy Man.


In celebration of her latest single 'Anthem', breakout songstress Austen hits the Basement Stage this April // FREE ENTRY

After a whirlwind 2018, breakout songstress Austen has released her latest single 'Anthem' to the world and announced a 5-date east coast tour. Come celebrate at The Espy Basement on the 27th April w/ special guests, PANIA + Archy Stranger

Flitting between dark, moody production and bright synth moments, ‘Anthem’ mirrors the turbulence of an on-again, off-again relationship. Driven by Austen’s effortlessly smooth, yet commanding vocals, it’s a chant for those stuck in a messed up relationship cycle.

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