theslacks reveal music video for 'Big Aroha', announce North Island tour

Taranaki four piece theSlacks have shared their brand new single 'Big Aroha' with Aotearoa.

'Big Aroha' germinated in Marky Armstrong’s school years after a poignant discussion with his mate Joe at the bus stop outside the Inglewood dairy, about the importance of community and manaakitanga - a conversation that stayed with him over the years and finally coalesced into a song.

Peppered with Te Reo and celebrating strong community ties and deep roots, 'Big Aroha' is a nod to 'Poi E' and a modern Taranaki response to our times.

theSlacks are embarking on a North Island tour to promote the 'Big Aroha' single and video release.  The mini-tour criss-crosses the island from Auckland to Wellington and Taranaki across to Gizzy - a pagan genuflection of NZ rock.
Bringing a fresh, new batch of songs, theSlacks will also be revisiting their classic album Suppressed Inventions and last year’s album release, Welcome To The Rolling Vibe for a full-bodied show with serious legs.


Thurs 8th December - The Wine Cellar, Auckland
Fri 9th December - The Mount Mellick, Mount Maunganui
Sat 10th December - Dome Cinema, Gisborne
Wed 14th December - San Fran, Wellington
Fri 16th December - Apiti Tavern, Tararua, Manawatu
Sat 17th December - Butlers Reef Hotel, New Plymouth

Ticket info via Facebook