Off the back of their record breaking Triple J Hottest 100 appearance which saw them land three tracks in the top six of the countdown, beloved outfit Spacey Jane are today announcing a regional Australia tour for this May and June.
Following on from their 13-date UK and European tour this February, Spacey Jane will be coming home to celebrate their success with their Aussie fans, taking to the stage in Darwin for Bass in the Grass before heading to Wollongong, Gosford, Newcastle, Gold Coast, Rockhampton, Mackay, Townsville, Cairns and the Sunshine Coast.
The announcement of the regional tour comes with the release of the deluxe edition of their ARIA #1 album ‘Here Comes Everybody’ via AWAL. The deluxe edition features four bonus tracks including the shimmering new single ‘Sorry Instead’.
Available digitally now, the deluxe edition of ‘Here Comes Everybody’ features the aforementioned new single ‘Sorry Instead’, the formidable rework of ‘Lots of Nothing’ feat. BENEE, the glowing ‘Is this What You Wanted’ and a live version of ‘Hardlight’, recorded at RAC Arena in Perth on their recent Australian tour.
‘Here Comes Everybody’ received a J Award nomination for Album Of The Year, picked up a nomination for Best Rock Album at the 2022 ARIA Awards, topped the Triple J listener Album Poll for the second time (placing them in the esteemed company of Tame Impala, Radiohead and Gotye) and they were the most played artist on Triple J in 2022. Spacey Jane also landed a massive two entries in the ARIA Top 10 Australian Albums for 2022, with ‘Here Comes Everybody’ at #4 and ‘Sunlight’ at #6.
Spacey Jane broke Triple J Hottest 100 records last month with three tracks from their ARIA #1 album ‘Here Comes Everybody’ landing in the top six of the countdown, #3 ‘Hardlight’, #5 ‘It’s Been A Long Day’, and #6 ‘Sitting Up’. They also secured a further three spots – #25 ‘Pulling Through’ #40 ‘Yet’, #75 ‘Bothers Me’ – bringing them to a total of six tracks in the top 100.