Vernon Jane return with the breathtaking new video for ‘Push Me’

Psyjance pioneers Vernon Jane are back with a sonic and visual masterpiece in their new video for ‘Push Me’ The track is a brooding atmospheric mix of brass lines, thundering bass, plucked guitars and pained vocals which slowly build up a palpable tension. This tension finally explodes into an earth shattering crescendo in the songs final minute, shaking the listener to their core and making your hairs stand on end. 

The song is accompanied by a cryptic and stylistically gorgeous video from video director DOCK. The band play their biggest headline show to date on December 12th in the Button Factory to celebrate the release. Support on the night comes courtesy of Kerry singer/songwriterJunior Brother and Dublin psychedelic rockers Fat Pablo (FKA Beach).

Known for their energetic and visceral live shows, December 12th promises to their most immersive and intense performance yet!

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COMPETITION: Win 2 tickets to see Vernon Jane live in The Button Factory on Dec 12th

Dublin Jazz/Punk outfit Vernon Jane play their biggest headline show to date on December 12th in the Button Factory to celebrate their last release of 2018 ‘Push Me’. Support on the night comes courtesy of Kerry singer/songwriter Junior Brother and Dublin psychedelic rockers Fat Pablo (FKA Beach) and we have a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky winner. You can enter below:  

Vernon Jane – Button Factory Ticket Giveaway

Vernon Jane have had quite a year, releasing an ambitious slew of singles, headlining a string of festivals and signing to Ann Marie Sheilds AMS Records. The group are known for their energetic and visceral live shows and December 12th promises to their most immersive and intense performance yet, incorporating visual elements from video director DOCK and photographer Imagery by Ró throughout the night. We can’t wait to go along. Enter above to join us there or visit Eventbrite to get your tickets while you still can! 

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Gig of the Week: Vernon Jane & THUMPER launch new singles in The Sugar Club this Saturday!

Two of our favourite Irish bands return this week with two wildly different and equally exciting new singles.

Jazz/Punk/Psyjance purveyors Vernon Jane have just dropped a brilliant new video for their single ‘Fragile’, directed by Conor Dockery (DOCK). The track itself is an enigmatic display of songwriting, full of chaotic and disparate sounds that somehow gel together into a deep groove that’s hard to shake once it sticks in your head.

The band said in their own words:

”Fragile explores the darker side of human nature. It captures the constant battle between keeping yourself together, or letting yourself truly fall apart.The water in the video represents the feeling of suffocating under your own expectations. We tell ourselves we have to be stronger. We have to get better, And stay better. We forget to tell ourselves to be our own authentic self. To find strength in vulnerability and fragility. We push ourselves until we break. This video represents a breaking point.”

This may be one of the few opportunities to catch them on such a small stage, Vernon Jane have just signed a worldwide distribution deal with AMS Records as well as a Chinese distribution deal with Pocket Records. Their last single ‘Fuck Me’ has also racked up a crazy 227,000 plays online. Don’t sleep on this one people.


Also launching a new single on the night are Dublin fuzz merchants THUMPER. Explosively energetic live, previous recordings have leaned pretty steeply towards the lo-fi end of the spectrum, failing to fully capture the bands raucous sound. We’re happy to report that this is not the case on the Dan Fox (Girl Band) produced ‘AFL’. The track is a perfectly polished gritty ear bleeder, rocketing through it’s 3:43 and begging to be played again.

The song is about ageing rapidly but gaining no wisdom. Feeling like a child in a man’s suit, desperately playing catch-up in the Imposter Syndrome Champions League. Every Friday night gasping for answers in the smoking area of your nearest terror den. The music thunders on and words fall away like the raving of a calm lunatic. There’s no conclusion, even at the end. 

Supporting both bands on the night are one of Ireland’s most promising instrumental bands, BiCurious. Twonys Cosmic Disco Wobbler DJs will finish out the night, hitting the decks til 3am.

Tickets are a steal at €10 and are available at the Sugar Clubs website here.

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