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The Garden New Zealand Shows Announced For March

The Garden New Zealand Shows Announced For March

Tuesday 18th December, 2018 9:01AM

Orange County-based "neo-punk" duo The Garden will be playing three local shows in a whirlwind tour of the North Island this March. Fresh from supporting US indie superstar Mac DeMarco on his last tour of the US, The Garden is comprised of twin brothers Wyatt and Fletcher Shears, who also record individually as Enjoy and Puzzle. They're touring off the back of this year's third studio album Mirror Might Steal Your Charm, grip the details below...

The Garden
Thursday 7th March - Vahalla, Wellington
Friday 8th March - The YOT Club, Raglan
Saturday 9th March - Whammy Bar, Auckland
You can score tickets HERE via UTR

Check out the clip for ‘No Destination’ from Mirror Might Steal Your Charm...

Here’s ‘What We Are’ from their 2013 debut album The Life And Times Of A Paperclip...

Press Release:

West Coast neo-punk twins, The Garden are coming to New Zealand! Having blown audiences minds with their incredibly energetic live shows and sold out shows all across the Globe including support for Mac Demarcos last USA tour. The Garden are now coming to New Zealand with new tunes, a new album and whole lot of swagger. The Garden are an ever evolving duo from Orange County, California. Established in 2011 by twin brothers Fletcher and Wyatt Shears, they also created the term, "Vada Vada" to represent their music and other endeavours. The Garden strip off everything unnecessary about modern punk and get straight to the heart of it, consistently defying categorisation and breaking new ground. This is outsider music made from the inside, and when the multitude of sounds collide at pace, the results are spectacular.

“Too perfect to be flawed, but too imperfect to be flawless, The Garden are a band that seemed too good to be true on paper, but live they exceeded even the most extreme expectations” - Beat


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