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Saturday 27th July

Live on the
Golden Stage

Jeffe
Jeffe
with Eleanor Jacks

From a milky ripple of orchestral strings, groaning woodwinds and heavy-lidded horns, JEFFE’s woozy first single Whoever You Love doesn’t announces itself so much as dreamily unspool. Above a murky pulse providing skeletal rhythm, JEFFE’s voice drifts in to rise and fall gentle over the hum. All songsfrom her debut EP have received airplay on triple J and BBC 1 in the UK plus a feature on BBC 1 as their ‘New Wave’ feature artist and over 3 million streams to date.

In 2018 JEFFE appeared at Bigsound, Groovin The Moo, and supported Stella Donnelly, Alex The Astronaut, No Mono and G Flip. After a 20 date UK / Europe tour supporting UK band Honne, she was chosen for the ‘First Fifty’ for Great Escape for their prestigious London event in November and returned for Great Escape in May 2019.

“Demonstrating JEFFE's insane ability to project beauty through vulnerability and nervous emotion on record” — triple j

When
Doors open at 2:30pm, performance starts at 10pm sharp
How Much
Free entry, all events 18+
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