Looking For Alaska and In The Shallows - 2022 Spring Tour
Hamilton duo Looking For Alaska and Wellington duo In The Shallows are excited to announce that they will be joining forces for a 2022 spring tour!
Two accomplished groups in their own right, they will be taking to the road together from August - November to visit some of their favourite venues around the country and share their songs and stories, joined by a full band at their Auckland and Wellington shows.
Presale tickets are available now, these shows will sell out quickly so don’t delay!
Looking For Alaska are a duo from Hamilton, New Zealand. Drawing from a diverse range of country, soul, folk and Maōri influences, Aaron and Amy perform hard hitting original music, their songs inspired by their life and travels; complete with exquisite harmonies and acoustic guitar that both whispers and roars. The duo's familiarity, closeness and authenticity is fuelled by their real-life romance, creating a magnetic performance style that captivates their audience time and time again, and has seen them open for the likes of Fly My Pretties, Herbs and Tiny Ruins, and perform all around NZ and the world.
In The Shallows are an NZ based Indie-Pop band offering up an exquisitely silken sound that weaves together soaring harmonies, mesmerising vocals with a ‘velvety and gentle timbre’, acoustic guitars with relatable and introspective lyrics about intricate tales of love, loss, connection, redemption and empowerment. Their debut album and many of their latest singles have received glowing 5* reviews and they were voted into the 'Top 10 Live shows of 2021' list by Kev Rowland of Muzic.net.nz.
Performing one night only at the wonderful Paisley Stage in Napier. Tickets are $25 presale, or $30 on the door if not sold out prior. Doors open 7pm.
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