Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Nirvana


band members

Teigan - Vocals Lou - bass Kate - Guitar PB - Guitar Ami - Drums


Website

www.beingjanelane.com

Bio

Being Jane Lane is an all-female punk band from Brisbane. Having recently returned from an Australian tour with the VB Hard Yards comp, the girls are set to unleash debut album 'Savage Sunday' in 2019.

The ladies are beyond excited to be playing Laneway Festival this year as part of the MOJO x Girls Rock! stage and big things are on the horizon for 2019.
“We love what Girls Rock do for the next generation of girls in the music industry. It is built on principles of access and equity, social action, empowerment and community spirit. By providing a positive, female-led environment that offers musical instruction as well as a variety of workshops and performances, this program creates leadership opportunities, cultivates a supportive community of peers and mentors, and encourages social change and the development of life skills. So honoured to be apart of this. Not only is Laneway Festival a dream for us to play, we are doing it with a special group of people. Hope to see you there”. (Being Jane Lane)

The new single ‘Less is More’, a hard, driving punk/metal explosion, that expresses the existential angst of the band’s attitude as they charge into 2019 with a string of tours and shows. The 5-piece live power train that is Being Jane Lane saw them touring as supports for Alex Lahey, Waax, Raave Tapes and Tired Lion, they also tore up stages at the Dead of Winter Festival in Brisbane and Wallapolooza on the Gold Coast and fronted local support slots for major punk royalty Frenzal Rhomb and Unwritten Law. They took out the #20 spot on the 4ZZZ top 100 in December and have a huge new album almost ready to share in 2019. The new album ‘Savage Sunday’ is described by their producer and label Guy Cooper as
“High energy infectious punk, the whole band has fought and worked hard for this album and has never backed down from doing things their way, I love it!”.

The bands explosive on-stage performances and hard work in the studio on the Gold Coast creating their debut full length album with Serotonin Productions, will see them dropping one more single after ‘Less is More’. The 3rd and final single ‘Be Okay’ will be out in late March along with a Sydney & Melbourne tour.

You can catch Being Jane Lane at Laneway Festival in Brisbane on Feb 2nd at the MOJO x Girls Rock! stage or as part of the Brisbane Valley Crawl on Feb 16th. Head to www.beingjanelane.com to check out more from the band or Spotify, Itunes, Tidal and all the good places on February 2nd to hear the new single.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

18 Mar 2019

Triple J
40

oooooooh eff yeah

oooooooh eff yeah

Review

Review by Erica Mallett Erica Mallett

01 Feb 2019

Triple J
40

hell frikken yes, I need to come to a show PRONTO. I'm not mad that it's so short because I'll just listen several times.

hell frikken yes, I need to come to a show PRONTO. I'm not mad that it's so short because I'll just listen several times.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

16 Oct 2018

Triple J
40

Best I've heard from this band - super focused and effective.

Best I've heard from this band - super focused and effective.