Against The Current announce NZ show

New York-based three-piece pop rock phenomenon, Against The Current, will visit New Zealand for the first time this October. With their ‘In Our Bones World Tour’ already generating hype across the US, the trio will play an all ages show at Auckland’s The Tuning Fork on October 3.

Against The Current – Chrissy Costanza, Dan Gow and Will Ferri – have a colossal social media following boasting more than 1.6 million YouTube subscribers and 240 million channel views, while lead singer Chrissy has in excess of 1.6 million Facebook likes, 1 million Instagram and 450,000 Twitter followers.

The foundation of Against The Current’s fanbase was formed via YouTube; the band recording renditions of everyone from Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Adele to Mariah Carey. The overwhelming reception of their pop-layered covers saw them join All Time Low and Good Charlotte in the UK for The Future Hearts Tour. From there they took their sound and style around the world, selling out shows from Tokyo to Paris.

Following two earlier EP releases, in 2015 the band went into the studio armed with a few ideas on how their debut album might sound. The result of was an absolute banger of an album - In Our Bones – delivering a youthful energy rarely found in music these days with Kerrang claiming: “Against The Current have made the record they've been threatening to do so for years.”

A slew of singles followed including Wasteland, Running With The Wild Things and Young & Relentless.

The swift success of the group can be boiled down to a simple philosophy as drummer, Will Ferri, states: “If we can get the audience as immersed in what we are doing as we are, then I think we have something really special.”

Against The Current has evolved into an unstoppable, hardworking band ready for global dominance. Don’t miss your chance to witness the world’s of pop and rock collide this October.

Against The Current

Tuesday October 3rd: The Tuning Fork, Auckland

Tickets via Ticketmaster


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