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.
Celebrating his most recent album But For All These Shrinking Hearts, Josh Pyke is heading across the sea to New Zealand for a small run of dates.
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The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience will play a one off-show, Saturday 22nd April at the newly refurbished Hollywood Theatre in Avondale to commemorate their friend and band mate Jim Laing.
Sun Kil Moon’s will play their first show in New Zealand in nearly a decade at The Tuning Fork on 28 May, 2017.
Two of New Zealand’s indie rock heavyweights have joined forces again for a short tour over the coming Queens Birthday weekend.
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Out on the tar sealed and gravelly roads this April and May, legendary Dunedin pop group The Chills have announced their embarkation on a vigorous and far-reaching New Zealand tour.