Andrew Keoghan set for NZ & Australia tour

Photo by Nic Staveley

Photo by Nic Staveley

Andrew Keoghan will be hitting the road this April on what has become a five-date tour of New Zealand and Australia. Keoghan reveals an eclectic range of artists who will join him on these Australasian performances, including Flip Grater, Lisa Crawley, Madeira and Eva Prowse. A New Plymouth show on April 8th has also been added to the tour run. See below for full event and ticketing details. 

Keoghan will be joined on tour by drummer Alistair Deverick (Neil Finn, Lawrence Arabia) and bassist Cass Basil (Tiny Ruins).

The tour accompanies the release of his new single, 'Something Going On' off his critically acclaimed second album Every Orchid Offering. Easily a standout track with its haunting refrain, Keoghan's latest single is a wry narrative about a long distance relationship, supported by Cure-esk guitar, impeccable bass playing and soft beds of vocal harmonies. It's as if Paul McCartney and Bryan Ferry each took a break from McCartney II and Flesh and Blood in 1980, to conjure this into existence.

Andrew Keoghan

Saturday 8th April: Taranaki Retreat, New Plymouth - Tickets via

Friday 21st April: Blue Smoke, Christchurch - Tickets via UnderTheRadar

Tuesday 25th April: Northcote Social Club, Melbourne - Tickets via Eventbrite

Thursday 27th April: Meow, Wellington - Tickets via UnderTheRadar

Friday 28th April: The Tuning Fork, Auckland - Tickets via Ticketmaster