Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Bodi Lowrie - Bass Nathan Kendall - Guitar / Vocals Joe White - Guitar / Keys / Vocals Phillip Fabros - Drums Jordan Aston - Guitar


Influences

The Beatles, The Buzzcocks, The Rolling Stones, The Strokes, Television


Website

Gig

The Jensens

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

9 Dec

Ding Dong Lounge

Melbourne, 3000

Melbourne

8:00pm

Gig

The Jensens

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

10 Dec

The Lair

Sydney, 2000

Sydney

8:00pm

Bio

"The Jensens are everything that’s good about Brisbane music at the moment. They sound like they’ve been together for a decade, with their small repertoire of songs polished to perfection." - AAA Backstage

Since 2013, The Jensens have been making music together and fine-tuning their sound while touring the country. After their debut release "Everybody Talks" well-earned appreciation from the australian music community with a premiere from Rolling Stone. Their first single “Shark Thunder” was well received from the Brisbane music community. Following that the release of "Fears" & "A New Hope" were both confident garage numbers showcasing the band's raw, heartstring-pulling vocals and riff heavy melodies. Then starting off this year strong with their last single "Elvis is Dead".

Their performances across Brisbane's bursting live scene as well as nationally continues to steal the show ("...get ready to meet your new favourite band because first openers The Jensens absolutely blew the roof off" - AAA Backstage). Playing as a five-piece, their garage-pop sound inspires a Buzzocks meets Television resonance and their uniqueness has captured the interest of the Australian scene.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

10 Nov 2016

Triple J
35

A Spaghetti Western in Outer Space. Good one.

A Spaghetti Western in Outer Space. Good one.

Review

Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

03 Feb 2015

Triple J
35

They're not reinventing the wheel. But they're not crashing the car either. Vintage garage pop.

They're not reinventing the wheel. But they're not crashing the car either. Vintage garage pop.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

14 Nov 2014

Triple J
45

If you were on Australian Idol and I was Mark Holden I would have just given you a Touchdown. Thankfully, that is not the reality of this situation and I can just say GREAT SONG DUDES and leave it at that. Touchdown! Oh no.

If you were on Australian Idol and I was Mark Holden I would have just given you a Touchdown. Thankfully, that is not the reality of this situation and I can just say GREAT SONG DUDES and leave it at that. Touchdown! Oh no.