The Sexless EP was recorded at the exact same time as the previously released Everybody Talks in Brisbane’s Plutonium studio with Steven Kempnich and the fellas on producing duties. Even with the foresight of releasing separately, the band had designed both EP’s to be played simultaneously, as one collective experience. The bands’ first single ‘Everybody Talks’ was named before the release of the previous EP and, in a sense, is a nod to the unseen future, but also a way of connecting and entwining the two projects. The bands’ second single, ‘Gaff’s Song’ from the recently released Sexless EP is breezy, guitar heavy, call and response song destined to be played for live audiences.
The retro-rockers’ performances across Brisbane’s bursting live scene, as well as the consistent buzz nationally (“…get ready to meet your new favourite band because first openers The Jensens absolutely blew the roof off” – AAA Backstage) proves time and time again that their live shows are a force to be reckoned with. The band have previously supported UK legends The Vaccines, as well as sharing the stage alongside local outfits Last Dinosaurs & Art of Sleeping. This is in addition to earning some sweet, sweet airplay from triple j for singles ‘Fears’, ‘Shark Thunder’ and ‘Elvis is Dead’ – all which go absolutely wild live!
The Jensens are: Bodi Lowrie (Bass) Joe White (Vocals/keys/guitar) Jordan Aston (Guitar) Phillip Fabros (Drums) Nathan Kendall (Vocals/guitar)