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The Temper Trap Announce Auckland Show For May

The Temper Trap Announce Auckland Show For May

Thursday 14th April, 2016 10:36AM

Melbourne outfit The Temper Trap are jumping the ditch next month to play a free show at The Powerstation courtesy of iHeartRadio. The band are gearing up to release their new album Thick As Thieves in June, and their New Zealand show will be followed by a trip to the UK where they are booked to play Dot to Dot Festival. Here are the details...

The Temper Trap
Monday 9th May, The Powerstation, Auckland

Here's new single 'Fall Together' from their forthcoming album Thick As Thieves...


iHeartRadio New Zealand presents The Temper Trap
‘The Hottest Ticket in Town’ thanks to 2degrees

14 April 2016 – iHeartRadio New Zealand is excited to announce Australian rock band The Temper Trap will be performing a free live concert on May 9 at Auckland’s Powerstation.

The Temper Trap will play only one concert in Auckland before heading to the United Kingdom to perform at the Dot to Dot Festival.

NZME Group Entertainment Director, Dean Buchanan says, “We’re thrilled to announce The Temper Trap as the next iHeart show with 2degrees, as in the rock world, they are the ‘hottest ticket in town’ right now. Kiwis love their hits and their new material is already going off on Hauraki, so we’re lucky to have them”.

The Temper Trap released their new single Thick as Thieves earlier this year in February - a teaser to their album of the same name, due to be released on June 10. The band has sold over one million albums worldwide and graced the main stages of some of the world’s biggest music festivals.

This exclusive iHeartRadio concert is a rare chance for fans to catch the band consisting of Dougy Mandagi (vocals, guitar), Jonathon Aherne (bass), Joseph Greer (keyboards, guitar) and Toby Dundas (drums) in an intimate venue.


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