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The Jezabels shimmer

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One of the hardest working bands in Australian music, The Jezabels shimmer with their anthemic, empowering approach to indie pop.

Their debut full-length album Prisoner won the 2011 Australian Music Prize, saw the group named Best Artist at the AIR Independent Music Awards and earned a staggering eight ARIA nominations, two of which they won. Already with hits The End and Look of Love their second album The Brink is a classic testament to the power of rock’n’roll salvation and has cemented The Jezabels deservedly as one of Australia’s most-loved bands.

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