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Spacey Jane Take Us One Step Closer To Their Second Album With ‘It’s Been A Long Day’

Following on from a huge run of sold out dates, ARIA Award winners, Spacey Jane last week unveiled their instant classic, It’s Been A Long Day. The brand new single, is taken from their second album, Here Comes Everybody which is set for release on Friday June 10.

It’s Been A Long Day is a slow style ballad that carries elements of that Spacey Jane vibe we’ve come to know so well. Twangy guitars topped by frontman Caleb Harper’s instantly recognisable vocal delivery put this on the shelf as some of their best work to date.


“This song was written pre and post a breakup in 2020.  It was a way to tell someone that I loved them when I was feeling so anxious and down in the early stages of COVID –  and I didn’t know if I was doing enough to really tell them.  In the end I became so overwhelmed and unwell during a six month period that I convinced myself that music was a lost cause, and the complete loss of identity resulted in the breakdown of the relationship.  I’ve got something to say, was trying to say all the things I felt for her at once.  In the end, after the breakup, the final lines of the song are –  I really loved you.”Caleb Harper

It’s Been A Long Day is another addition to a catalogue filled with hits and we can’t wait for the full album this June. It’s available now, everywhere.


Tickets on sale now via

Saturday 2 April | Zanzibar, Liverpool UK
Monday 4 April | Fleece, Bristol UK – SOLD OUT
Tuesday 5 April | The Loft, Southampton UK – SOLD OUT
Thursday 7 April | Academy 3, Manchester UK – SOLD OUT
Friday 8 April | Metronome, Nottingham UK – SOLD OUT
Sunday 10 April | Brudenell Social Club, Leeds UK
Tuesday 12 April  | Opium, Dublin IRE – SOLD OUT
Wednesday 13 April | King Tuts, Glasgow UK – SOLD OUT
Thursday 14 April | Rough Trade, Bristol UK – SOLD OUT
Saturday 16 April | Badehaus, Berlin DE
Sunday 17 April | Turmzimmer, Hamburg DE
Monday 18 April | Blue Shell, Cologne DE
Thursday 21 April | Patterns, Brighton UK
Friday 22 April | Electric Brixton, London UK – SOLD OUT
Saturday 23 April | Motel Mozaique, Rotterdam NL
Sunday 24 April |  Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam NL
Tuesday 26 April | Hare and Hounds, Birmingham UK

Monday 10 October | The Axis Club, Toronto
Wednesday 12 October | Bowery Ballroom, New York – SOLD OUT
Thursday 13 October | Bowery Ballroom, New York
Friday 14 October | Brighton Music Hall, Boston US – SOLD OUT
Saturday 15 October | Union Transfer, Philadelphia
Sunday 16 October | Black Cat, Washington DC
Tuesday 18 October | Lincoln Hall, Chicago
Wednesday 19 October | Fine Line, Minneapolis
Thursday 20 October | Reverb Lounge, Omaha
Saturday 22 October | Gothic, Denver
Sunday 23 October | Metro Music Hall, Salt Lake City
Tuesday 25 October | Neumos, Seattle
Wednesday 26 October | Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver
Thursday 27 October | Doug Fir Lounge, Portland
Saturday 29 October | The Chapel, San Francisco
Sunday 30 October | Teragram Ballroom, Los Angeles
Monday 31 October | Constellation Room, Santa Ana – SOLD OUT
Tuesday 1 November | Belly Up, Solana Beach
Wednesday 2 November | Crescent, Phoenix
Friday 4 November | Studio Art Factory, Dallas
Saturday 5 November | The Parish, Austin
Sunday 6 November | Warehouse Live – Studio, Houston
Tuesday 8 November | Basement East, Nashville
Wednesday 9 November | Terminal West, Atlanta

Written by Chris Lamaro