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Listen To SoccerPractice's Single 'Kaua E Mate Wheke'

Listen To SoccerPractice's Single 'Kaua E Mate Wheke'

Friday 10th August, 2018 11:47AM

Auckland electronic audio / visual crew SoccerPractice have shared an atmospheric and defiant single titled 'Kaua E Mate Wheke', and announced they'll be working with Kartel Music Group (UK), home of such international giants as Fatboy Slim, Peaches and Morcheeba. It's the first track unveiled from their as yet untitled sophomore album, lead singer Geneva Alexander-Marsters lifted the lid on the origins and meanings behind SoccerPractice's new song in an accompanying statement...

"The whakatauki 'Kaua e mate wheke, mate ururoa' popped up one day as I was working on lyrics... translated it says 'Do not die like an octopus, die like a hammerhead shark'.

Octopuses are typically easy to kill once they're caught, in comparison to catching a hammerhead shark- even in death the filleted flesh quivers as if it is still alive."

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