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Wellington's Nicole Andrews Announces 'A Stranger' Album Release Tour

Wellington's Nicole Andrews Announces 'A Stranger' Album Release Tour

Tuesday 3rd April, 2018 1:09PM

Wellington-via-Portland electronic artist and songwriter Nicole Andrews has announced she will be playing four dates across the country in celebration of her second full length offering A Stranger. Produced by Thomas Voyce (of Rhombus) the album will be dropping on Friday 4th May, you can catch Andrews at the dates below...

Nicole Andrews A Stranger Album Release Tour

Thursday 10th May - Meow, Wellington
Friday 18th May - Wunderbar, Lyttelton
Saturday 19th May - Sherwood, Queenstown
Friday 25th May - The Wine Cellar, Auckland

Tickets are available HERE via UTR.

Check out the first single from A Stranger, ‘Lovely Thing’...

Press release:

Andrews is a self-confessed lover of folklore, languages (she is currently learning Japanese), English literature and most surprisingly horror films. Originally from Portland Oregon, Nicole, spent her formative years locked away in her bedroom listening to music and jotting down song lyrics. The self-taught pianist was raised by a family of artists and music fanatics who encouraged her passion for music. Although she never took music lessons and shied away from the spotlight - dropping out of choir twice when forced to perform solos - Nicole pursued music on her own terms and by the age of 16 was playing live at ‘festivals’ in high school. Nicole relocated to New Zealand in 2006, and is a proud Kiwi and Wellingtonian.


With the release of, A Stranger, on the horizon, Andrews has delved into the realm of electronic music, pairing with Rhombus producer, Thomas Voyce, for production. Drawing on influences such as Bjork, Goldfrapp and Massive Attack, Andrews is diversifying from her previous ‘piano songs’ moniker, establishing her as a unique musician with a diverse range of skill. A Stranger, is a collection of 11 melancholic songs, centered around industrial beats, eerie synths, and raw confessional lyrics, the result is a gritty and dark album.



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Thu 10th May
Meow, Wellington
Fri 18th May
Wunderbar, Lyttelton
Sat 19th May
Sherwood, Queenstown
Fri 25th May
The Wine Cellar, Auckland

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