announces Australian tour!



Jen Cloher has announced that she will be commencing an Australian tour in March 2018.

The tour will celebrate the end of a landmark 12-months for Cloher, releasing her self-titled album to unprecedented acclaim and unleashing her live show to rapturous audiences all over the world.

These shows will likely be Cloher’s only run of Australian headline shows with a band in 2018 as demand will see them tour overseas throughout the year.

It’s a rare thing for an artist on her 4th album, 15 years into her career, to break new ground with such withering force but Jen Cloher’s 2017 has left critics and fans alike reaching into their grab-bags for new superlatives.  This was the year where Jen Cloher confirmed once and for all she’s one of this country’s most important musicians. As if it were ever in doubt.

Cloher’s self titled album (released through her own label Milk! Records) received 5-Star Reviews from The Guardian, The Herald Sun and The Independent (UK). It was longlisted for The AMP and also listed in Rough Trade’s Top Albums of 2017. She was crowned Double J’s Australian Artist Of The Year.



Praise for Jen Cloher

Double J Australian Artist Of The Year
#1 Album on Double J’s Albums Of 2017
Feature Album – Double J
Album of the Week – FBi Radio
Album of the Week – Triple R
Feature Album – PBS FM
Feature Album – 2SER
Album of the Week – Radio Adelaide

…her magnum opus.– The Herald Sun, Album of the Week ★★★★★

Her fourth and best album yet…incredible– The Guardian ★★★★★

Lyrical genius and lo-fi indie rock magic.” – The West Australian ★★★★1/2

“…immediate and compelling on first listen, but it is also a textured, nuanced affair, one whose many artistic pleasures only intensify as you listen more.– The Saturday Paper

“Astonishingly candid…(she) tackles politics, equality and pride with frank intimacy” 
– The Observer (UK)

“a modern day Patti Smith whose brutally honest, politically charged lyrics mark her out as one of the most interesting and important artists of her day.” – The Independent (UK)





Sunday 11 March – Golden Plains, Meredith
Friday 16 March – Rosemount Hotel, Perth
Saturday 17 March – The Zoo, Brisbane
Thursday 22 March – Theatre Royal, Castlemaine
Friday 23 March – Anglesea Memorial Hall, Anglesea 
Saturday 24 March – The Croxton, Melbourne




Tue 23 Jan – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
Wed 24 Jan – San Francisco, CA @ Cafe Du Nord
Fri 26 Jan – Portland, OR @ Bunk Bar
Sat 27 Jan – Seattle, WA @ Barboza
Tue 30 Jan – Brooklyn, NY @ Rough Trade
Wed 31 Jan – Philadelphia, PA @ Jonhnny Brenda’s
Thu 1 Feb – Washington, DC @ DC9



Mon 5 Feb – Paris @ Les Nuits de L’Alligator Festival, La Maroquinerie
Tue 6 Feb – Amiens @ Les Nuits de L’Alligator Festival, La Lune des Pirates
Thu 8 Feb – Rouen @ Les Nuits de L’Alligator Festival, Le 106
Fri 9 Feb – Tours @ Les Nuits de L’Alligator Festival, Le Temps Machine
Sat 10 Feb – Vannes @ Les Nuits de L’Alligator Festival, L’Echonova
Sun 11 Feb – Rotterdam @ Rotown
Tue 13 Feb – London @ Tufnell Dome
Wed 14 Feb – Manchester @ Deaf Institute
Thur 15 Feb – Glasgow @ Broadcast
Fri 16 Feb – Birmingham @ The Hare and Hound
Sat 17 Feb – Brighton @ The Hope and Ruin

All tickets and details can be found via


Jen Cloher – Jen Cloher

1. Forgot Myself

2. Analysis Paralysis

3. Regional Echo

4. Sensory Memory

5. Shoegazers

6. Strong Woman

7. Kinda Biblical

8. Great Australian Bite

9. Loose Magic

10. Waiting in the Wings

11. Dark Art

Jen Cloher – Jen Cloher is out now
via Milk! Records / Remote Control Records.