Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

peppa caleb kieran ashton


Bio

As most bands do, Caleb, Kieran, Ashton and Peppa came together through blooming friendships and lucky connections. A few jams later, the bond was cemented and their debut gig in Caleb's dad's backyard kicked it all off.

In the year that followed, Freo's very own garage pop outfit Spacey Jane went from backyards to bright lights, sharing the stage with the likes of Car Seat Headrest, Alex Lahey, The Jungle Giants, British India, Olympia and The Stems, along with festival appearances at Wave Rock Weekender, Gizzfest 2017, Falls Downtown 2018 and WA Day's SOTA Festival.

For relatively new kids on the block, they’ve had a very impactful start. Support from industry and fans continues to grow, with their tour in support of the latest single “Good Grief” being a sold-out affair. SJ will take a new single on the road once more in July, August and September, playing their biggest rooms to date. Onwards and upwards!

Unearthed in 2018

Falls Music And Arts Festival

04 Nov 2018

Winner

Spacey Jane

Spacey Jane

Here's your winners!

They'll play Falls in their home state
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Review

Review by Bryce Mills Bryce Mills

25 Aug 2019

Triple J
45

Spacey Jane have been hitting the neutral grip chest flys this year and their striations are showing on this track!

Spacey Jane have been hitting the neutral grip chest flys this year and their striations are showing on this track!

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

21 Aug 2019

Triple J
50

Anyone else get the feeling that we're witnessing a great Aussie band ascending here? Yeah, it's not just me.

Anyone else get the feeling that we're witnessing a great Aussie band ascending here? Yeah, it's not just me.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

20 Aug 2019

Triple J
45

Easy to see why this band are converting the masses in 2019 - there're enough recognisable tropes so that it feels familiar but Spayjay bring their own heat to this. Having a hell of a chorus doesn't hurt either.

Easy to see why this band are converting the masses in 2019 - there're enough recognisable tropes so that it feels familiar but Spayjay bring their own heat to this. Having a hell of a chorus doesn't hurt either.