Joe P brings the heat to Houston with Spacey Jane

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Overheard by an attendee, “That was the best opener I’ve seen in a long time.” No disagreement here—Joe P brought the heat opening for Spacey Jane in Houston at Warehouse Live, closing out their Texas run with a bang.

Coming off his latest release, French Blonde EP, and his deluxe vinyl edition of Emily Can’t Sing EP (available exclusively in indie retailers), Joe P has found an ever-growing following. Supporting Australian rockers Spacey Jane on their North American tour, we’re sure even more have been captivated by his performances. Along with the tour, in partnership with Record Store Day, Joe has been doing acoustic, intimate in-store performances at local record stores.

After witnessing both the live and acoustic shows, it’s safe to say Joe P is not one to miss. His range is phenomenal—from powerful vocals and stripped-back performances to a high-energy, electric act.

Joe P played a laid-back, acoustic performance at local favorite record store Cactus Music before the show, greeting fans afterward.

Australian band Spacey Jane performed an exhilarating set on their Here Comes Everybody album tour. The movement and energy on stage were contagious, vibrating the entire crowd.

Be sure to witness both of these incredible talents next time they’re in a city near you!

Photos and words by Carrine Hen

Keep up with Joe P: Instagram // Facebook // Twitter // TikTok // Website

Keep up with Spacey Jane: Instagram // Facebook // Twitter // TikTok // Website

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