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Nai Palm of Hiatus Kaiyote New Zealand Shows Announced

Nai Palm of Hiatus Kaiyote New Zealand Shows Announced

Thursday 26th July, 2018 2:22PM

Grammy Award-winning singer and multi-instrumentalist Nai Palm, of Melbourne-based future soul crew Hiatus Kaiyote, has announced she will be bringing her solo set to Auckland and Wellington in late August. The tour comes off the back of the recent release of her sonically-gorgeous debut solo offering Needle Paw, which dropped in October. Nai Palm last captivated local audiences back in late 2016, here are the details..

Nai Palm 
Friday 24th August - Auckland, The Tuning Fork
Saturday 25th August - Wellington, San Fran

Check out ‘Homebody’, from Needle Paw

Here’s a beautiful solo rendition of the Hiatus Kaiyote hit’s ‘Breathing Underwater’...

Press release:

An exclusive not to be missed performance from two-time Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and musician Nai Palm.

She is a composer, instrumentalist, producer, vocalist and poet who approaches all of these self-taught disciplines with an intuitive, infectious grace which sent her on a journey to sculpt songs that have been received and treasured across the world. It is a world she has travelled many times over with her live band project Hiatus Kaiyote, who along with Nai Palm have become household names since they first began playing together in Melbourne in 2011.

This success has set the stage for Nai Palm’s first solo release ​Needle Paw​.

“This record is a very personal leap into the deep end. I wanted to make something with no landmarks to hide behind and no team to fall back on.” -Nai Palm

Compromised almost entirely of her guitar playing and vocal arrangements ​Needle Paw is Nai Palm’s self-imposed challenge to explore the potential for immortality and timelessness within her music by stripping away the produced layers to focus on the element that is closest to the source of the human soul, the voice. This is her first trip back to New Zealand since her sold out tour in 2016.


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