Lost Animal has today announced his national You Yang album tour for this February. He will play Fremantle at Mojos on March 5.
Jarrod Quarrell will perform tracks from his critically acclaimed new album You Yang out now via Dot Dash / Omnian Music Group in North America and Dot Dash / Remote Control Records for the rest of the world. Quarrell started workin the game at the age of sixteen. You can hear it in his songs. They carry with them the weightless baggage of a path struggled long – heavy not with possessions, instead with experience and thick skin – his long, black-grey hair sits up on his shoulders like Merino wool. Nervously watch him charm your loved ones. Feel an unease. But everything’s OK. Watch the light hit his eyes. See love in them. See the whole club now full of paying concertgoers. There’s a reason they’re there with you. Feel welcomed by his voice stretched and swaying hypnotically over the tracks. Commanding. Soft. A gentle thing speaking harsh truths. What you’re hearing is real. Feel comfort. Dance. Do the jerk. But keep your eye on Quarrell – watch him tip toe across the broken glass of human faith with the deftness of Judee Sill. Free of past failures. Lifted by the melodic poetry that exists within him.Lost Animal is the ultimate Australian voice. Certain and allusive. And just when you feel like you’ve cornered him, tamed him into your favored or preferred domain – he disappears behind waves of grass and rock that look like someone decided to halt an ocean and make it land instead. You Yang.
Doors 6pm | Tickets $15+bf