Jess Ribeiro

Upcoming shows

13.04.2024
Kantine Am Berghain - Berlin (de) + Widowspeak
14.04.2024
Bandhaus - Erfurt (de) + Widowspeak
15.04.2024
Milla - Munich (de) + Widowspeak
16.04.2024
Cafe V Lese - Prague (cz) + Widowspeak
17.04.2024
Flex Café - Vienna (at) + Widowspeak
18.04.2024
Nova Cvernovka - Bratislava (sk) + Widowspeak
19.04.2024
Akvarium - Budapest (hu) + Widowspeak
20.04.2024
Mochvara - Zagreb (hr) + Widowspeak
21.04.2024
MKNZ - Ilirska Bistrica (si) + Widowspeak
23.04.2024
Rockhouse - Salzburg (AT) + Widowspeak
25.04.2024
Fri-Son - Fribourg (ch) + Widowspeak
26.04.2024
Sonic - Lyon (fr) + Widowspeak
27.04.2024
Sala Sidecar - Barcelona (es) + Widowspeak
28.04.2024
Sala Clamores - Madrid (es ) + Widowspeak
29.04.2024
Sala Dabadaba - Donostia (es) + Widowspeak
30.04.2024
Le Pingouin Alternatif - Arthez-de-Béarn (fr) + Widowspeak
01.05.2024
Joker's Pub - Angers (fr) + Widowspeak
02.05.2024
Point Éphémère - Paris (fr) + Widowspeak
03.05.2024
Trix - Antwerpen (be) + Widowspeak
05.05.2024
Chalk - Brighton (uk) + Still Corners
06.05.2024
Band on the wall - Manchester (uk) + Still Corners
07.05.2024
Strange Brew - Bristol (uk) + Still Corners
08.05.2024
Islington Assembly Hall - London (uk) + Still Corners
09.05.2024
The Waiting Room - London (uk) + Joe Gideon
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Pre-order the album “Summer of Love” now on this link

Jess Ribeiro is a shape-shifting musical enigma. The near-untouchable quality of her recorded output is astonishingly consistent and the wait for new music is always worthwhile. Ribeiro’s 2012 debut album My Little River was an award-winning folk-country masterpiece while her second album (2015’s Kill It Yourself) was a slow-burning indie-noire masterpiece which left reviewers scrambling for superlatives.

Jess is releasing the new album “Summer Of Love” on April 12th (on Labelman). Across the ten tracks on Jess Ribeiro’s incoming album, she traverses isolation, loss, tiny snatches of love, expectation versus reality, once-in-a-century pandemics and healing. It was written and recorded during a particularly unstable time, with Ribeiro living in nine different houses across a two year period, including six months in a church outside of the city, “That instability affected my mental health”, she says. It also created the spark for her fourth album, on which she transfixes audiences as she digs deep into the present, past, and wanted future.

She recorded the album with Nick Huggins on Wautharong Country in Point Lonsdale, with special guests Jim White (Dirty Three, Xylouris White) on drums, Darcy McNulty on saxophone, folk-diviner Leah Senior on keys, James Seymour on bass, David Mudie taking percussion duties, Carrie Webster’s violin and viola, and Huggins himself chipping in on bass, tape and drum loops, synth, guitars and piano. The way in which the album came together with her collaborators – separately, but towards the same North Star – is where the beauty in the work is experienced.

Jess already released the first single (and titelsong) “Summer of Love” last November, and released a second single “Everything is now” on February 7th.
The album is due for April 12th and will be released on LABELMAN.

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Releases

Love Hate
Barely Dressed(2019)
Kill it yourself
Barely Dressed(2015)