Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

The Postal Service, Elliott Smith, Tom Petty, Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks


band members

Jack Poulson


Influences

Wild Nothing, Primal Scream, Elliott Smith, Pavement, Paul Simon


Bio

- Debut full-length album 'BRUTAL POLITIC' OUT NOW (November 2016).

- New single 'CAN'T BE' OUT NOW (June 2016). Produced by Simon Lam (Kllo, I'lls). Mastered by Rohan Sforcina. Taken from upcoming debut full-length album, out September 2016. Tour dates released soon.

- New single 'THE BEAST' OUT NOW (April 2016). Produced by Ben McCarthy (Gordi, Megan Washington) at Sing Sing Studios, Melbourne. Mastered by Leon Zervos at 301, Sydney. Taken from upcoming full-length album, due out in September 2016.

- Bonus track 'SO POLITE' on Unearthed now. NEW SINGLE DUE OCTOBER 2015 -

- NEW EP 'DIN DEAFENING' OUT NOW (June 2015) -

- NEW SINGLE 'WATCH THE RIVER' OUT NOW (April 2015) -

Catch JP Klipspringer's stunning new effort NOW on Soundcloud and triple j unearthed. Watch the River is the second single from Klipspringer's forthcoming sophomore EP, Burnside Love (scheduled for a late May release). Produced by Melbourne's Stephen Mowat, the track displays Klipspringer's undeniable strength as a writer of quality hooks and robust pop songs.

- NEW SINGLE 'LET YOU GO' OUT NOW (November 2014) -

Equal parts sugar and melancholy, JP Klipspringer has backed up his stunning debut EP, Drip Dry, with the release of a new killer single - the unshakeable Let You Go. To build on the success and national airplay of Bury Me - JP's dramatic, slow building first single - Klipspringer enlisted the services of prominent Melbourne producer Matik (Seth Sentry, Ali Barter and Bliss N Esso) to produce his next round of releases, and the result has been something special.
To celebrate the November 5 release of Let You Go, JP Klipspringer is embarking on a mini east coast tour, stopping in Hobart, Melbourne and Sydney.

SAT NOV 22 - Republic Bar, Hobart
SAT NOV 29 - Workers Club, Melbourne
SAT DEC 6 - Spectrum, Sydney

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- DRIP DRY EP OUT NOW (May 2014) -

JP Klipspringer and band launched Drip Dry, the debut EP, to a packed and captivated room at Melbourne's Toff in Town on Saturday May 17. The release is available for purchase at jpklipspringer.bandcamp.com.

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JP Klipspringer is the new recording project of Melbourne songwriter and frontman of The Zanes, Jack Poulson. Produced by Simon Lam (I’lls, KLO) and mastered by Andrei Eremin (Chet Faker, Brightly), Klipspringer’s lush and arresting tunes take influence from artists as varied as Elliott Smith and Primal Scream, drawing comparisons to The xx, James Blake and Wild Nothing. The Drip Dry EP is the stunning first offering of this new act, with lead single Bury Me enjoying airplay on dozens of community radio stations across the country, including Triple J and Melbourne's 3RRR.

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"A gorgeous cross between Postal Service and Elliott Smith." - Indie Shuffle

"Four simple tracks that are more powerful in their subtlety than most artists take a lifetime to achieve." - It's My Kind of Scene

"Put simply, Drip Dry is an absolutely stunning debut EP." - Aussie Playlist

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

27 Nov 2016

Triple J
40

For a breakup song, this has quite a nice warm feel to it! I like that nothing is overdone here, the lyrics and the chords are so simple but really effective. Onya Jack.

For a breakup song, this has quite a nice warm feel to it! I like that nothing is overdone here, the lyrics and the chords are so simple but really effective. Onya Jack.

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

04 Jul 2016

Triple J
40

Another heart warmer from JP full of blissful harmonies and beautiful electro folk. I'm really excited for your album in September.

Another heart warmer from JP full of blissful harmonies and beautiful electro folk. I'm really excited for your album in September.

Review

Review by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

22 Jun 2015

Triple J
40

Lush production, beautiful vocals, great hooks. This really does have it all.

Lush production, beautiful vocals, great hooks. This really does have it all.