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Hawthorne Heights Announce Debut New Zealand Show

Hawthorne Heights Announce Debut New Zealand Show

Tuesday 20th June, 2017 11:00AM

Post-hardcore crew Hawthorne Heights have announced their first ever New Zealand show for September. The Auckland show will see the Ohio group delivering the entirety of their first two albums The Silence In Black and White (2004) and If Only You Were Lonely, both of which were recorded with rhythm guitarist Casey Calvert who sadly passed away in 2007 but has continued to have an influence on the band's output. Their trip to these shores will likely also see the group performing music from their as-yet-untitled sixth studio album, from which they released single 'Push Me Away' last month. Here are the show details...

Hawthorne Heights
Tuesday 5th September, Kings Arms Tavern, Auckland

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

Here's 'Niki FM' from The Silence in Black and White....

Here is 'Saying Sorry' from If Only You Were Lonely...

And here's their brand new single 'Push Me Away' from their as-yet-untitled sixth studio album...


Destroy All Lines, Chugg Entertainment and present

New Zealand 2017
Playing The Silence In Black And White and If Only You Were Lonely in their entirety!

US Post-Hardcore pioneers, Hawthorne Heights hit New Zealand for their first ever show.

They will be playing their landmark first two albums, 2004’s The Silence in Black and White and 2006’s If Only You Were Lonely in full. Both of them!!

With huge hits such as Ohio Is For Lovers, Niki FM, Silver Bullet, Saying Sorry, Where Can I Stab Myself in the Ears? These two albums have been instrumental in shaping the sound of modern hardcore. 

The albums feature the bands rhythm guitarist Casey Calvert who tragically passed away in 2007, but who’s memory and influence lives on in the songs.

Keyboards and upbeat melodies mixed with screaming backing vocals and big pop punk choruses, Hawthorne Height’s defined a genre!


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