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A Dead Forest Index Returning For Two Shows In February

A Dead Forest Index Returning For Two Shows In February

Wednesday 30th November, 2016 5:00PM

Expat siblings Adam and Sam Sherry, aka A Dead Forest Index, are returning to homesoil for two shows in February. The London-based brothers have collaborated with the likes of Savages and Chelsea Wolfe during their time in the UK, and are coming back to these shores in the wake of releasing their absolutely gorgeous album All That Drifts From The Summit Down, which was released earlier this year via Sargent House. For their New Zealand shows the twosome will be joined by special guest Bashan (aka London-based guitarist Gemma Thompson) and the wonderful i.e. crazy. Here are the details...

A Dead Forest Index w/ Bashan + I.E crazy

Saturday 4th February, Whammy Bar, Auckland
Saturday 11th February, Meow, Wellington

Tickets available HERE at UTR and in-store at RPM/Slow Boat (Wellington) and Flying Out (Auckland)

Stream their new album All That Drifts From Summit Down below...


A DEAD FOREST INDEX are returning to New Zealand for two shows in Auckland and Wellington this coming February!

The expat brothers, Adam and Sam Sherry, perform starkly refined yet richly atmospheric arrangements of guitar, drums and voice - music aptly described as 'potent' and 'compelling... an exercise in restraint and severity'.

Currently based in London, the duo have earned considerable international success in recent years. Extensive touring and collaborations with SAVAGES and CHELSEA WOLFE culminated in the 2016 release of their exemplary debut album, 'In All That Drifts From Summit Down'. Released on the Sargent House label, the album sits comfortably alongside those of stalwart heavyweights like EARTH and BORIS.

Don't miss these rare and intimate shows including two very special guests, BASHAN (UK) and I.E.CRAZY!

The rarely-spotted solo project of London-based guitarist Gemma Thompson. She will be performing sound explorations evolving from thematic links to film score composition and improvisation.

Claire Duncan sings captivating and cathartic, electric folk tales to tease the raw nerves of our national psyche and tell stories about 'the neurotic horror of the banal... our repressed emotions and postcolonial amnesia'.

Photo by Kentaro Takahashi 


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Sat 4th Feb
Whammy Bar, Auckland
Sat 11th Feb
Meow, Wellington

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