With his new album Fizzy Milk hailed as “one of the best local albums of the year” (Lydia Jenkin, NZ Herald) Gareth Thomas is proud to release the next single from the record, Wallow.
Inspired by the sounds of Talking Heads, Wallow is an affirmation about moving on after a break up. With a positive outlook on endings, the song fits right in to the upbeat nature of the album as a whole.
Completing the trifecta of quirky-cool accompaniments, Gareth has also released a video for Wallow, visually capturing that abstract feeling at the end of a relationship. Premiered on Hauraki, the story of the video is centred around two characters, an unconventional pair that are literally moving on in the video, and showing off one of New Zealand’s most stunning barren landscapes in the process.
The track follows on from Gareth’s last single 'All Eyes In The Room', which was shortlisted for a Silver Scroll this year and has clocked up over 139,000 plays on Spotify, and the spacey first single I’d Like which has reached 50,000 Spotify plays.
alt-J, one of the most successful British bands of the millennium, are returning to play shows in New Zealand and Australia this December.
After two years up in the stratosphere with the hugely successful The Race For Space, UK group Public Service Broadcasting return with their third album Every Valley.
Grizzly Bear has announced the August 18 release of Painted Ruins, their highly anticipated fifth full-length album, and first for RCA Records.
By Poppy Tohill
Delaney Davidson ~ New Zealand’s very own travelling troubadour, loop maestro, noir protagonist, promotional coyote and production svengali is now also the star of his very own documentary, Devil In The Parlour, which is a part of the Doc Edge Film Fest that gets underway in Auckland this week.
After Finn Andrew's intimate Auckland solo performance sold out within hours of announcing last Monday, a new date has been added to Andrews' small run of shows at the Leigh Sawmill Cafe on Saturday, June 17th.
Additional shows have been added to Tami Neilson’s upcoming ‘Songs of Sinners’ tour to meet public demand.
The Tuning Fork have announced Austin, Texas based singer-songwriter Adam Torres will open for Julien Baker at Auckland’s Tuning Fork on Sunday 23 July 2017.
Off the back of a dynamic summer Veils tour across New Zealand, and sellout shows in Europe and the USA, frontman and songwriter Finn Andrews returns to New Zealand for two intimate solo performances this June.
Released Friday April 7th, 2017