Following the successful release of their new album Noseblood Weekend, and a nationwide tour of the US with punk heavy weights, Refused, The Coathangers will be making their way down under for their first ever run of New Zealand later this month. Now, they are proud to announce their local supporting acts on the Auckland/Christchurch two-date tour:
Joining them at their Auckland Whammy Bar show on Friday 30th September, will be Emily Edrosa (of Street Chant) and riot grrrl Skux. Dunedin shoegazer duet, Astro Children will support the Christchurch show, with Brian Tamaki & The Kool Aid Kids.
Friday September 30th: Whammy Bar, Auckland
Saturday October 1st: Churchills Live, Christchurch
Tickets via Under The Radar
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