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Soaked Oats Announce Three Date 'The Shred' Tour

Soaked Oats Announce Three Date 'The Shred' Tour

Monday 2nd July, 2018 9:48AM

Dunedin-based indie rock high-flyers Soaked Oats are putting on their winter woolies and hitting the slopes for their three date The Shred national tour this month. Soaked Oats have been touring hard this year, and dropped a clutch of catchy tunes on the recent Corduroy Cape: A Persnickety Mixtape, which was supported by a run of shows with fellow travellers Ha The Unclear and Being. The band will be playing new songs alongside live faves from their recent collections Stone Fruit Melodies and No Slip Ups, wrap your eyeballs around the tour details here...


Soaked Oats 'The Shred' Tour

Thursday 12th July - Captain Cook, Dunedin*
Friday 27th July - Galatos, Auckland*
Saturday 28th July - Caroline, Wellington 

Tickets available HERE via UTR

Here's Soaked Oats' cover of LCD Soundsystem's 'Dance Yrself Clean' from Corduroy Cape: A Persnickety Mixtape...


Watch the clip for Soaked Oats' dazed tune 'Gum-15'...



Press release:

This July, Soaked Oats are avoiding freezing to the spot by traversing the country in search of snow fever. The burgeoning boys, will be testing out new material live for the first time, alongside songs from their 2017 releases 'Stone Fruit Melodies' and 'No Slip Ups' as they make their way from Dunedin (The Cook) to Auckland (Galatos) and Wellington (Caroline) for a typically exuberant showcase snowcase.

Soaked Oats are a young four-piece band hailing from Dunedin, New Zealand who have been described as "a southern stew of Kurt Vile and Mac DeMarco with a good shake of Kevin Morby ".

Coming to notoriety for writing songs about stoned fruit ('Avocado Aficionado', 'I'm a Peach'), 60+ good-time live shows in a year including a blinder set at Rhythm & Vines 2017/18, and releasing three e.p.s in their short 18 month existence.

The band is made up of lead vocalist Oscar Mein who scribes the clever, witty and thoughtful observations on life. And fruit. Guitarist, Henry Francis and his amazing pedal-board is on the noble path to tone mastery making the instrument sound like it was made by unicorns. Rhythm section Max Holmes (bass) and Conor Feehly (drums) provide the backbone, the funk and keep the party going.

Links
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Fri 27th Jul
Galatos, Auckland
Sat 28th Jul
Caroline, Wellington