This morning, we’re very happy to bring you the exclusive stream of The Superjesus’ latest record, the Love And Violence EP.

It’s the first record from the ARIA-winning outfit since their reformation in 2013 after a decade-long break, and the band haven’t lost any of the melodic punch from their ’97 breakthrough with hits like ‘Down Again’, and later Aussie rock staples ‘Gravity’ and ‘Secret Agent Man’.

Frontwoman Sarah McLeod, who has been keeping busy with her own solo work, describes the band’s decision to jump back into the fray.

“We had performed one show at The Gov in Adelaide to see if we still had the vibe,” says McLeod. “After that we came home and started exchanging ideas immediately. Love And Violence was the first cab off the rank. It’s about the uncontrollable extremities of emotional connections.”

With a swag of new music raring to go, The Superjesus are taking Love And Violence on a six-date national tour throughout October, dates below.

Love And Violence is available for pre-order now, and out tomorrow on iTunes via Golden Robot Records, while signed physical copies will also be available.


Fri 7th Oct – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Sat 8th Oct – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
Fri 14th Oct – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Sat 15th Oct – Fowlers, Adelaide
Fri 28th Oct – The Northern, Byron Bay
Sat 29th Oct – Woolly Mammoth, Brisbane

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