Julia Jacklin Announces March Tour

+ Nominated For 6 ARIA Awards + Releases Video For ‘Don’t Know How To Keep Loving You’



It’s been quite the year for Julia Jacklin, her sophomore album Crushing was released to critical acclaim and resulted in debuting Top 10 on the Australian ARIA Chart. To back hat up, it was recently announced that it has successfully gone on to receive six ARIA Nominations including Best Female Artist, Best Independent Release, Best Adult Contemporary Album and Best Cover Art. Now Julia brings a brand new video for the fourth track from Crushing – ‘Don’t Know How To Keep Loving You’



Frontier Touring is absolutely delighted once again to bring to the stage the astounding Julia Jacklin this coming March 2020 with shows Thursday 5 March at the Enmore. Theatre, Friday 13 March at Perth’s Astor Theatre, book ending the tour Saturday 14 March at The Gov, Adelaide. All of Julia’s Australian shows earlier this year SOLD OUT, so get in quick to secure your tickets.  General public on sale is Wednesday 23 October 10:00 am local time via frontiertouring.com/juliajacklin.  Fans will be in for a captivating evening with recent lauding reviews:

Australian singer/songwriter Julia Jacklin performed at a heaving and sweaty Electric Brixton, filled to the brim with fans eager to push their way to get a glimpse of the artist who has quietly come to the forefront.” The Line of Best Fit  

She just laid out her heart at the audience’s feet and they loved her for it.” – The Age

We leave the venue feeling crushed emotionally while crushing on absolutely everything about Jacklin. Jacklin is holy realm perfection.” – The Music

ulia has toured extensively throughout the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States, recently playing Austin City Limits main stage alongside Cardi B, Childish Gambino, Billie Eilish, and Tame Impala. Most recently Julia did a session for KEXP – FM  watch below



The enchanting video for ‘Don’t Know How To Keep Loving You’ is the fourth single from her well regarded sophomore album. Jacklin said of the process;

“The video was filmed in the upstairs function room of a Turkish restaurant called Alasya, on Melbourne’s Sydney Road. I was initially drawn to the wood panelling and red carpet. Everyone in the clip is a friend from Melbourne except Harry, who was visiting from Sydney, and also plays bass in my band. He’s also featured in three of my other clips”.

“The idea for this video was hard, however video was hard, however I knew it had to be kept simple, with the song doing all the work. I love that it was one shot for that reason.”

On Crushing reviewers have said:

“Julia Jacklin’s Crushing is exquisite”Pitchfork

“With these elegantly devastating songs, she carves out a space, and a class, all of her own”– Mojo

“A profound statement. …this year’s strongest singer-songwriter breakthrough” – Rolling Stone

“Another Minimalist masterpiece”– The Guardian (on Body)

Joining Julia in Sydney is globe trotting son of Kansas City, Kevin Morby. With his four acclaimed solo albums and myriad records of various collaborations, Kevin has become a true musical auteur. His singular vision, evocative lyrics and aptitude for catchy, dense songwriting has placed him firmly among the ranks of modern icons like Bill Callahan, Kurt Vile, Sharon Van Etten, Will Oldham and Jeff Tweedy. With his lavish, resplendent career-best double LP Oh My God, Morby delivers a grandiose director’s cut of his biggest statement to date, epic in scope as well as sound. He quotes:

“This one feels full circle, my most realised record yet. It’s a cohesive piece; all the songs fit under the umbrella of this weird religious theme. I was able to write and record the album I wanted to make. It’s one of those marks of a life:  this is why I slept on floors for seven years. I’ve now gotten the keys to my own little kingdom and I’m devoting so much of my life to music that I just want to keep it interesting.”

Joining Julia on all three shows is Albany (WA) local Carla Geneve. Witnessing Geneve in performance is akin to a sermon of fire and brimstone: it’s an absolute sensory commandment of flesh and blood attention. Her eponymous self titled EP recently gave birth to arresting new single ‘Yesterday’s Clothes‘ It reflects a “realisation that you’re falling out of love with someone, and then feeling guilty about it, even though that’s the sort of thing you can’t avoid.” She has opened for the likes of Gareth Liddiard (The Drones/Tropical F**k Storm), Cat Power & Kurt Vile and played Falls Festival and Laneway.                                             These 2020 shows will be ones not to be missed!




Thursday 5 March | Enmore Theatre | Sydney, NSW

Friday 13 March | Astor Theatre | Perth, WA

Saturday 14 March | The Gov | Adelaide, SA




           Saturday 7 December | Fairgrounds Festival, Berry, NSW

Friday 13 December | Meredith Music Festival, VIC

Saturday 14 December | Festival of The Sun, Poprt Macquarie, NSW

Friday 28 February | Zoo Twilights, Melbourne Zoo, VIC | Joined by Weyes Blood