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Jules Sheldon with Cody Munroe Moore (Big White) + Classic

Two years since his last album, Melbourne singer/songwriter Jules Sheldon has well and truly reinvented himself with his third album ‘Bloodshed & Serenity’. 

A huge stylistic departure from the folk pop of 2010’s Spencer P. Jones produced self-titled debut album, and 2015’s ‘Football, Trams, Parties, & Other Extended Highlights’, Sheldon embraces synths and drum machines to make a lush and atmospheric post-punk soundscape to back his lyrical vision. 

Recorded and co-produced by Ed Lloyd (Jeffers Limit), and mixed and mastered by Snowy (Ocean Party, Jade Imagine), ‘Bloodshed & Serenity’ is as much an album for the dance floor, as it is for the contemplative moments. 

Throughout June, July, and August he’ll be taking it on the road around Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania. 

See him play Franks Wild Years in Thirroul, on Sunday July 22nd with Classic & Cody Munro Moore. Entry is via donation and doors are 4pm. 

Listen to 'Bloodshed & Serenity' here:

DAVE RUBY HOWE, Triple J: "Well this just reignited my interest in post-punk" 

RO FLACK, Casual Band Blogger: "Effortlessly cool. You do things your own way and you do them well". 

JAMES LYNCH, Trouble Juice: "Bloodshed & Serenity is a really impressive collection of brooding alt-pop. Sometimes dark and groovy, other times lush and emotive, the album is packed full with shimmering guitars, some explosive 80’s production and Jules’ unique vocals. But it’s not just a journey sonically; lyrically it’s a powerfully honest exploration of life, love and everything in between".

CASSIE WALKER, Triple M: "He's like if David Bowie had a long lost child in Melbourne".