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Sharon Van Etten New Zealand Show Announced

Sharon Van Etten New Zealand Show Announced

Thursday 24th January, 2019 8:00AM

Brooklyn-based songwriter Sharon Van Etten is returning to Aotearoa for a special headline event with full band at Auckland's The Powerstation this June. Her stunning new album Remind Me Tomorrow (released just last week) has already been widely hailed as Van Etten's best yet, no mean feat as her previous record, 2014's Are We There, raised the bar immeasurably high. The multi-talented artist stayed busy in the downtime between releases — she became a mom in 2017, performed on David Lynch's mind-boggling TV event Twin Peaks: The Return, guest-starred in mystery drama series The OA, wrote a score for Katherine Dieckmann’s film Strange Weather, and provided music for Tig Notaro’s show Tig. This will be Van Etten's first local appearance since touring New Zealand in 2015 and we're beyond thrilled to present what's sure to be one of the live musical highlights of this year, here's the details...

Undertheradar proudly presents...

Sharon Van Etten with full band
Wednesday 5th June - The Powerstation, Auckland

Tickets on sale HERE via UTR

Here's Sharon Van Etten's soaring single 'Comeback Kid', from her new album Remind Me Tomorrow...


Watch the nostalgic clip for Van Etten's anthem 'Seventeen', also from Remind Me Tomorrow...


Experience the amazing video for Van Etten's 'Every Time the Sun Comes Up', from 2014's Are we There...


Press release:

It is with great delight that Solid Entertainment announces the return of Brooklyn NY based Sharon Van Etten. Having played four exquisite sold-out intimate shows across NZ in 2015 Sharon Van Etten is bringing her full band this time around for one show only at The Powerstation in Auckland on June 5th.

The timing of this announcement comes hard on the heels of Van Etten’s brand new album Remind Me Tomorow released last week on Jagjaguwar/Rhythmethod (18 January 2019). This, her fifth album, is already being reviewed as the crown jewel in her peerless catalogue. All the more astonishing since Van Etten’s last album Are We There itself garnered five-star reviews and was a top 10 critically praised an album of the year in 2014.

Sharon Van Etten’s progression and return with this new album confirms her place quite simply as one of the most important artists of her generation. The Powerstation on June 5 is a must-see show.

Van Etten has always been recognised as an exceptional lyricist and song writer of the greatest substance with a delivery and performance that reaches rare emotional depth and intensity. She is an artist who stirs not just passionate devotion in her fans but a near spiritual connection to her words and music.

Sharon Van Etten’s first NZ tour in 2015 was deeply memorable for many reasons and even created some worldwide ripples. Audiences were spell-bound with her sublime performances and flawless heart-stopping voice, whilst a live TV cross was picked up internationally.

Campbell Live's producers, as a surprise, had organised Van Etten (one of John Campbells favourite artists) to perform a song as a live cross into the show since the host couldn't make it along to the Auckland show. Hugely moved and clearly overwhelmed Campbell was seen wiping tears away as he thanked the artist for caring and saying "Music just sometimes keeps you afloat, doesn't it?"

On Twitter, viewers said Campbell's reaction moved them to tears as well. The clip was picked up on international news feeds and made its way around the world. Sharon Van Etten is an artist who touches people with her raw honesty,free flowing emotional richness and openness - connections that have been made with New Zealand audiences too.

The last few years have been a whirlwind and the breadth of Van Etten’s passions and a life being lived has informed everything she has done. Becoming a mother, returning to school to study a degree in psychology, guest starring in Netflix’s hit series The OA, performing on David Lynch’s revival of Twin Peaks, writting a first score for Katherine Dieckmann’s movie Strange Weather and music for Tig Notaro’s show Tig. All this has brought Sharon Van Etten to where she is today.

2019 is set to be a huge year for Van Etten as she returns with her brilliant new album and kicks off a global touring schedule in February taking it live around the world for the first time. It’s the most immediate album to date, with an expanded sound and to these ears includes two bona fide bangers in Comeback Kid and Seventeen to add to a catalogue bursting with gems.

Sharon Van Etten - an exceptional artist at the peak of her powers, playing with her full band at The Powerstation, Auckland. June 5. Do not miss this!

Links
sharonvanetten.com/

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