2003, Jaded Sun went through the paces as most other bands do, gigging
and saving to enable them to record and self produce their critically
acclaimed debut EP "RAW" in 2004.
The EP title
track "Raw" launched their rock profile to a national stage becoming the
most downloadable track on Ireland's premier download charts. The track
broke all download records in Ireland, staying at the top of the charts
for almost 30 weeks.
In May 2005,
the band went back into the studio, but this time with Ireland's top
rock producers Chris O'Brien and Graham Murphy, with Chris being known
for his work with Aslan, Hothouse Flowers, Adam Clayton, Human League
and Something Happens. This lead to the "Falling On The Fears" EP, which
was tipped for number 1 by 2fm's Larry Gogan in late 2005.
(lead singer) is arguably one of the best lead vocalists I have ever
worked with or ever seen" Chris O'Brien
started 2006 running with a plethora of gigs, topping the year with
their amazing performance supporting Bon Jovi & Nickelback in Croke
Park, showing them as Ireland's hottest new rock band for years. (Jaded
Sun are the third Irish Band to ever play in Ireland's largest premier
spent most of 2007 writing for their debut album, and with all
concentration on the record, the band played only a few gigs in 2007
including an outdoor headline gig in Zagreb's Main Square, Croatia and
the Hennessy Artistry, Ireland.
was recorded in the summer of 2007 in The Mousehouse in LA under the
watchful eyes of producer Richard Mouse and co-Producer Jimmy Coup.
European release of their debut album "Gypsy Trip" in February 2008 the
band received an extremely positive response from the rock writers,
across Europe and even from a number of American writers, even though
the album has had no release in the USA, showing the strength of the
internet and the positive word of mouth.
positive response from the media to the album came European touring, to
Germany & Holland in 2008. Touring continued in 2009, with the band
heading to the UK, France, Holland and of course a number of Irish
finished, with an 11 date stint in Spain, 2 dates in France where they
spent a week recording their up and coming EP and live DVD before
heading to Gran Canaria for a show and then to India to headline a rock
writing for their next album, with a number of shows planned for the
What the press have been saying:
"The newest messiahs of rock ní roll"
(All Access Magazine, USA)
"This album is stunning"
(Live For Metal, UK)
"...this is an album of top notch blues based hard rock turn it up
and enjoy" 4.5/5
(Get Ready To ROCK!, UK)
"Assuming we actually get a summer this year, Jaded Sun ought to be
part of the sound track in a very big way."
(Classic Rock Magazine, UK)
debut album Iíve ever heard"
(Nicky Horne on Planet Rock, UK)