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Soaked Oats

When
Fri Jul 5th, 2019
Where

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Doors open
8:00pm
Gig starts
9:00pm
Entry
R18
Cover charge*
$15/20/30
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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This July indie sludge-pop rockers Soaked Oats return to cities across New Zealand in celebration of the release of their new EP 'Sludge Pop', out June 14th via Australian indie label Dot Dash Records. This show comes hot on the heels of the band touring in the UK (including an appearance well-renowned UK festival ‘The Great Escape’) and Australia.

Soaked Oats are a young four-piece band hailing from Dunedin, New Zealand who have been described as “a southern stew of Kurt Vile with a good shake of Kevin Morby and Mac DeMarco”. Since forming in 2017, Soaked Oats have come to notoriety for writing songs about stoned fruit (‘Avocado Aficionado’, ‘I’m a Peach’), and have have become known for endearing live performances showcasing the bands penchant for joyous songwriting and high energy shows.

There’s something infectious about their sound;
it’s happy, it’s relaxed and a little bit cheeky.” - Pilerats

NZ Tour Dates:
June 22: Queenstown @ Winter Festival
July 06: Mount Maunganui @ Totara Street
July 07: Auckland @ Galatos
July 11: Wellington @ San Fran
July 13: Christchurch @ Blue Smoke
July 18: Dunedin @ The Cook (ALL AGES)
July 19: Dunedin @ The Cook

Early bird: $15
Pre sales: $20
Door sales: $30

Support act to be announced.




Links
facebook.com/soakedoats/
soakedoats.bandcamp.com/
open.spotify.com/artist/...
Tags
alternative, pop, rock, Soaked Oats

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Sat 6th July
Galatos, Auckland
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Thu 11th July
San Fran, Wellington
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Sat 13th July
Blue Smoke, Christchurch
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Thu 18th July
The Cook, Dunedin
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Fri 19th July
The Cook, Dunedin


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