Clay J Gladstone
Clay J Gladstone's debut EP, 'Dead Friends,' dropped on August 21, garnering support from Triple J and featuring prominently on Spotify and Apple Music editorials. Following this success, the band went on to release follow-up singles, 'Hate Club' and 'Where Do Ya Want Me?,' while embarking on a sold-out East Coast tour that hit major cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane.
Throughout 22/23, Clay J Gladstone had the opportunity to support Electric Callboy and Corey Taylor, solidifying their standing as one of Sydney's most exciting new acts. Their music, a fusion of Australiana rock, emo, indie, punk, or, as the band playfully describes it, 'whatever the hell you want to call it,' has resonated with audiences and critics alike.
Recently, the band retreated to the studio with acclaimed producer Shane Edwards (known for his work with The Libertines and Trophy Eyes) to craft their highly anticipated debut full-length album. Anticipate a wave of new music scheduled for release throughout 2024.Great Southern Nights is a celebration of live music and will feature a taster series of performances acrossEnmore, Marrickville, Newtown, Parramatta and Penrith for ten nights from 16-25 November 2023 ahead of afull program in March 2024. NSW Government through Destination NSW and in partnership with ARIA, aims tostimulate the live music, entertainment and hospitality sectors through a line up of live gigs from householdnames, emerging talent and grassroots local acts across key NSW districts. For the latest information, visitgreatsoutherhnights.com.au.