Supported by Kelly Menhennett and Alison Coppe & The Janes.
Hana and Jessie-Lee are a dynamic two-piece out of Adelaide, South Australia, who do alt-country with swagger. Their music is raw, rich and seductive, it’s all twang and clamour one moment and warm and familiar the next. The melodic hooks, reverberating guitars and skilled song craft featuring the lush, soulful vocals of Hana Brenecki blended with the judicious smoky drawl of Jessie-Lee’s telecaster creates something unique and exciting.
Their debut album Southlands since it’s release, has been played on radio stations across Australia including Triple J, Double J, ABC Radio, RRR, PBS, Radio Adelaide, and numerous community radio stations. Their recent tour promoting the album included shows in VIC, NSW and SA wilh sold out Melbourne and Adelaide gigs to enthusiastic and appreciative audiences, and their first run of vinyl almost sold out. The pair and their large band of Bad Habits plan to get back on the road again before the year is out, so stay tuned in to their facebook page to find out details of upcoming shows and releases.