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Melbourne's Habits Announce Two NZ Dates + Share 'Shame/Desire'

Melbourne's Habits Announce Two NZ Dates + Share 'Shame/Desire'

Wednesday 9th August, 2017 3:37PM

Melbourne dancefloor firestarters Habits have let loose hot new single 'Shame/Desire' and announced two New Zealand shows to celebrate its release. The thumping tune is the duo's first new offering since the release of their highly acclaimed Ugly Cry EP last year and boasts a pounding bassline laced with rich sonic textures and the pair's dark-yet-divine vocals. Here are the show dates...

Habits 'Shame/Desire' Release Tour

Wednesday 4th October, Caroline, Wellington w/ Waterfalls, George Turner + Aw B
Thursday 5th October, Golden Dawn, Auckland w/ Brownboymagick, Meer + Fully Explicit DJs

Take 'Shame/Desire' for a spin below...


+ AU/NZ Tour Announcement

SHAME/DESIRE ~ HABITS apology "for being a piece of human garbage who will never change" . It is their first output since the highly acclaim EP "Ugly Cry" in April last year. The single appeared on triple j's Home & Hosed on Monday evening.

HABITS are the future of club music a steamy, smoky vision of quicksilver dancefloors fueled by the dark, fierce and alluring.

Whilst the duos aesthetic challenges the most forward thinking producers & designers, their sound is not solely driven by a need to sound cutting edge. Their sound encapsulates an environment where ultimate self-expression is fostered without the compromise of safety.

The most remarkable thing about it all?
That future is now.
The dancefloor is once again revolutionary.

Over the last few months HABITS reserved appearances to select sold out club shows & festivals such as Sugar Mountain, Golden Plains & Freedom Time. With a new single in hand, the duo prepare to embark on a tour across Australia & New Zealand including dates at the coveted ANU Art School Ball and the Underbelly Arts Lab & Festival.

Follow them down.


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