ATTENTION Jebediah diehards: The home in which almost all of the band’s debut album Slightly Odway was written, and which appeared in the video for ‘Jerks Of Attention’, is now up for sale.
Frontman Kevin Mitchell (AKA Bob Evans) has revealed that the house at 29 Proclamation Street, Subiaco is now on the market.
“You can now buy a piece of rock and roll history,” he told fans on Twitter.
“The house Jebediah filmed the ‘Jerks Of Attention’ clip and my first share house where nearly all the Slightly Odway songs were written is now for sale.”
The house, described by agents as a “charming” home with “impressively high ceilings”, boasts four bedrooms on a 513sqm block, as well as an asking price of a cool $1,195,000.
“This solid period home presents a terrific opportunity to secure your future in a quiet, convenient Subiaco location,” agents Majestic Central said.
What the ad fails to mention is that the home’s interior and exterior both feature heavily in Jebediah’s beloved ‘Jerks Of Attention’ video (below), and that’s surely a value-add.
For more photos of the home, visit its realestate.com.au page.
Jebediah are currently performing as part of the 2019 Hotter Than Hell tour. The band released their latest studio album Kosciuszko in 2011.
You can now buy a piece of rock and roll history! The house @JebediahHQ filmed the Jerks of Attention clip and my first share house where nearly all the Slightly Odway songs were written is now for sale. https://t.co/eZ8xqxnovH
— Bob Evans (@BobEvansMusic) January 20, 2019