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Cable Ties Debut New Zealand Shows Announced

Cable Ties Debut New Zealand Shows Announced

Thursday 13th December, 2018 9:32AM

Melbourne post-punks Cable Ties are hitting Aotearoa for the very first time in early 2019, with a four date tour set to streamroll across the North Island in February and March. Fronted by singer / guitarist Jenny McKechnie, the electrifying three piece will be playing songs from their self-titled 2017 debut record, along with a selection of new material including this year's Tell Them Where To Go / Choking To Choose EP. Fans of ear-bleeding anthems, punchy guitars and hypnotic chugging grooves definitely need to catch the band in action, check out the details here...


Cable Ties

Thursday 28th February - Whammy Bar, Auckland*
Friday 1st March - The Yot Club, Raglan*
Saturday 2nd March - Moon, Wellington*
Sunday 3rd March - The Stomach, Palmerston North

Tickets available HERE via UTR*

Check out the clip for Cable Ties' single 'Say What You Mean'...


Listen to their powerful recent track 'Choking To Choose'...


Press release:

Melbourne post-punk trio Cable Ties are delighted to be making it across for their first tour of Aotearoa New Zealand. Playing songs from their self-titled debut album and a whole bunch of new stuff on a lightning-quick four-day charge down the north island.

Cable Ties are frenetic lead lines tethered to a hypnotic rhythm section. Welding punk ferocity to kraut and boogie they stretch songs past breaking point, searching for that joyous rush. Jenny McKechnie channels her struggles into songs that resonate beyond like-minded punks and give voice and language to feelings deeply burrowed into modern existence. Four years of jamming, recording and touring have turned them into a powerful live force of chugging punk rock rock.

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Thu 28th Feb
Whammy Bar, Auckland
Fri 1st Mar
The Yot Club, Raglan
Sat 2nd Mar
MOON, Wellington
Sun 3rd Mar
The Stomach, Palmerston North







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