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Jaggers x Lines Announce National Album Release Tour

Jaggers x Lines Announce National Album Release Tour

Friday 14th September, 2018 2:02PM

Dunedin-based “trip pop” duo Jaggers x Lines have announced they'll be hitting the road in celebration of the release of their debut album Burn Cycle on Friday 5th October. The pair of Eliana Gray and Morgan Simile have been making serious waves since dropping their 2017 Letters EP, having recently opened for Australian multi-instrumentalist Tash Sultana at Dunedin Town Hall in July, as well as performing at this month's Going Global Presents artist showcase in Auckland. Here are the tour details...

Jaggers x Lines Burn Cycle Tour

Thursday 4th October - Wellington, Caroline w/ Annabel ft Thom
Saturday 6th October - Auckland, Portland Public House, w/ Being. + Randa (free show)
Friday 12th October - Dunedin, Captain Cook Hotel w/ Tiny Pieces of Eight*

Tickets available HERE via UTR*

Check out the recent video for ‘Come To Rest’...


Here’s their catchy single ‘Problem Drinking’...


Press release:

Burn Cycle is the debut album from New Zealand’s resident alt-pop weirdos Jaggers x Lines (Eliana Gray and Morgan Smilie). One incredibly busy year since their formation; Jaggers x Lines have scored support slots for artists like Tash Sultana, dropped their first video, Ep and a handful of well-received singles, racked up festival slots, toured the country and showcased in front of Big Important Industry People at Going Global Presents. A joyously chaotic, bass-heavy, pop minded exploration of Gray’s experiences healing from trauma; the album lyrically builds itself bubbles of personal revelation to have them pop into the lush and silky production that can’t help itself but compel you to dance.

Links
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Thu 4th Oct
Caroline, Wellington
Sat 6th Oct
The Portland Public House, Auckland
Fri 12th Oct
Captain Cook, Dunedin





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