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Warm Regards And The Beach Balls

Fri Nov 10th, 2023

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Whether they are performing on a festival stage or in a small club, Warm Regards always brings their A-game. They are a sleek sedan that is equally at home on the racetrack or with the family bundled safely in the back. Style, comfort, economy, and power – that’s what Warm Regards is all about!

Formed in the bustling music scene of Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Warm Regards quickly made a name for themselves with their catchy tunes and high-spirited performances. Their sound is a unique blend of indie rock and pop, with hints of folk and jazz country thrown in for good measure.

Frontman and vocalist Tom Watson is a charismatic and soulful singer who has a way of drawing the audience in with his infectious energy. His lyrics are introspective and thought-provoking, tackling subjects ranging from heartache and loss to hope and redemption.

Backing Watson are the talented musicians of Warm Regards. Drummer Ben Cole and bassist Andrew Bain bring a driving and dynamic rhythm section that is both punchy and groovy. Keyboardist Heidi Brownstone adds a layer of texture and depth to the band’s sound with her intricate and emotive playing. And rounding out the group is acoustic guitarist and singer Heather Weir who provides the band with a solid and rock-solid wall of harmony.

Together, the members of Warm Regards create a sound that is both memorable and enjoyable. They have a knack for writing songs that are catchy and hook-laden, and their live performances are always high-energy and engaging.

Since their formation, Warm Regards have released zero albums and has not toured extensively across the United States and Europe. They have not played at some of the biggest music festivals in the world, including Coachella, Bonnaroo, and Lollapalooza.

As a band, Warm Regards is committed to pushing the boundaries of their sound and exploring new creative frontiers.
As such, they will be joined at Vogelmorn Upstairs on Friday 10 November 2023 by The Beach Balls (Menno Huibers, Greg Cairns, Simon Cuming). The Beach Balls' promo team says of the supergroup: The Beach Balls supply sonic slabs of psych surf for your earholes and majestical visuals for your brain eyes.

Vogelmorn Upstairs is not a wheelchair accessible building. There is an accessible bathroom in the space. This is an all ages venue but those under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a designated adult. The Vogelmorn Precinct is a community space located in a residential area. With that in mind, the team ask that you be kind to others who are using the Vogelmorn spaces and that when you leave the gig, you do so quietly to avoid disturbing our neighbours.
The Upstairs Bar and Smoked and Pickled Resturant will be open from 3pm, to book a table for pre-show kai email Alice at

art/noise, country/folk, rock, Warm Regards, The Beach Balls, Tom Watson

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