As part of their Irish tour Vernon Jane have teamed up with heavy hitters Bailer for a raucous show in Crane Lane.
This show is not to be missed.
Early last year BAILER released their self-titled EP via Distro-y Records. Following on from 2017’s PTSD and 2016’s Shaped By The Landscape, BAILER is an ambitious collection of tracks that showcase a band who have truly discovered their sound.
Returning to work with Murdock’s Aidan Cunningham, BAILER is relentless from the get-go as the merciless ‘Lying For A Living’ brings the listener up to speed in a riotous fashion, while the likes of ‘Tuesday Blues’ and ‘Death Is A Reminder’ take a filthier route, reminiscent of Cancer Bats.
With a small discography the four-piece have impressively garnered attention from Metal Hammer, Kerrang!, Metal Injection and Heavy Blog Is Heavy, an achievement that is no mean feat for a band so early into their career. BAILER have spent their short time as a band building up a strong reputation in their home ground, having played shows alongside Norma Jean, Sick
Of It All, Employed To Serve, Palm Reader, Malevolence, HECK, God Mother, Coilguns, Monuments and more.
2018 saw the band start to mark their territory further afield, having successfully toured Russia and the UK in support of their latest EP. 2019 will see BAILER continue to tour more heavily abroad while releasing more new music in the build up to their eagerly awaited debut album.
“Sometimes you hear a new band that make you want to drive a motorbike through a wall. Bailer are that band.” – Metal Hammer
“They’re a band that already sound so colossal, they could probably beat Magneto in a fight.” – Alex Baker – Kerrang! Radio Fresh Blood
“This band are the real deal/whole f’n show/total package. Delete where appropriate.” – Heavy Blog Is Heavy
JAZZ PUNK (Pysjance)
‘If you’ve seen Vernon Jane live, you’ll know two things.
Thing 1 – that Vernon Jane are an incredibly raucous, unhinged, powerful presence when performing live.
Thing 2 – they just don’t give a fuck.
When the two things come together, they create a feeling that not many other Irish bands on the live or festival circuit can match. The band barrage you with a wall of well-crafted, woven noise.’ – Golden Plec
‘Dublin Jazz-Punk (or, psyjance as they like to call it) collective Vernon Jane are here to kick the living daylights out you and your loved ones and teach you a lesson while they’re at it.’ – The Thin Air