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H2O Announce First Ever New Zealand Show

H2O Announce First Ever New Zealand Show

Wednesday 19th October, 2016 10:25AM

Hardcore punk pillars H2O have announced their first ever New Zealand appearance in their 21 year history. The group, which formed in NYC in 1994, are making their way here on the heels of releasing seventh studio album Use Your Voice - which is their first album of original material since 2008's Nothing To Prove. Here are the show details...

Wednesday 1st March, Whammy Bar, Auckland

Tickets available HERE at UTR and in-store at Flying Out on Pitt Street

This show has been cancelled :( 

Here's the video 'Skate' featuring Steve Caballero, lifted from Use Your Voice...


H2O are coming to NZ for the first time!

New York hardcore punk legends, H2O, are heading to NZ for the very first time in support of their sixth studio album “Use Your Voice”.

Since their inception over 21 years ago, H2O’s origins remain the wishful lore of any mid-1990s New York hardcore kid. Over the years, they have toured the world countless times, releasing classic albums, inspiring countless others in their wake. This will be their first time to NZ!

Their latest offering, “Use Your Voice”, an album 7 years in the making, showcase H2O at their energetic and melodic best. Guitarist/Vocalist Adam Blake adds, “The point was not to stray too far away. If we couldn’t visualise an audience dancing or going off, then it’d be cut from the record.”

Continuing to deliver his direct and personal manifestos on Use Your Voice, frontman Toby Morse provides a personable biography of sorts, with subjects spanning fatherhood, romantic relationships, music fandom, social media, philosophy and more.

Twenty-one years and six albums later, H2O have proved that a solid bond, great music and chaotic live shows can create wonders on every edge of the globe. And now it's finally NZ's turn!


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