NEW SISTER JANE SINGLE ‘WHOLE WIDE WORLD’ + TOUR DATES

Sydney five piece Sister Jane’s brand new single ‘Whole Wide World’ is released digitally today. The band will play in Melbourne and Sydney this November to launch the single. ‘Whole Wide World’ is lifted off their forthcoming second album Frontier which is set for release early 2014 via Broken Stone Records / Remote Control.

‘Whole Wide World’ is a track that is equal parts sonic sidestep and emotional evolution. The song also hints at the sprawling soundscapes and sweeping imagery at the heart of their forthcoming second record. Frontier will see the Sydney five-piece channel their trademark electricity into an accomplished studio effort.

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SISTER JANE
‘Whole Wide World’ single dates

Saturday 9th November – The Old Bar, Melbourne
with Buried Feather & special guests
Saturday 16th November – Brighton Up Bar, Sydney
with Buried Feather & special guests.
Tickets available on the door.

Second album Frontier will be released early 2014 via Broken Stone Records / Remote Control Records.

Sister Jane – ‘Whole Wide World’ is available digitally via iTunes today.

SISTER JANE NEW SINGLE ‘WHOLE WIDE WORLD’ & SECOND ALBUM ANNOUNCEMENT


Sydney five piece Sister Jane are proud to announce the release of their new single ‘Whole Wide World’ out Tuesday 15th October via Broken Stone Records / Remote Control. ‘Whole Wide World’ is lifted off the bands second record Frontier, set for release early 2014.

‘Whole Wide World’ is a track that is equal parts sonic sidestep and emotional evolution. The song also hints at the sprawling soundscapes and sweeping imagery at the heart of their forthcoming second record. Frontier will see the Sydney five-piece channel their trademark electricity into an accomplished studio effort.

‘Whole Wide World’ is a treatise on new beginnings and epic ambition. The track was recorded between an abandoned schoolhouse in Wauchope (NSW) and guitarist Liam Judson’s Sydney studio. Mastering duties were taken care of by Grammy award-winning producer William Bowden. Judson’s riffs recall the cinematic splendour of Echo And The Bunnymen, spiked with traces of post-punk and Dan Davey’s vocals – reminiscent of Britpop hedonism – are an exercise in narrative swagger. Elsewhere, Michaela Davies’ bass lends Lauren Crew’s sixties-soaked keyboards a tougher edge while an urgent drumbeat showcases Joe Driver’s technical progression and doubles as Krautrock-inflected call to arms.

The product of a fiercely collaborative ethos, ‘Whole Wide World’ is both a musical departure and a coming of age. It’s also proof of a band at the height of its powers – an unconstrained yet accessible musical foray.

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