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Womb + Strange Stains China Tour Fundraiser Show Announced

Womb + Strange Stains China Tour Fundraiser Show Announced

Wednesday 20th February, 2019 4:25PM

Wellington psychedelic travellers Womb and "Bogan Madonna of New Zealand" Strange Stains are joining forces for an upcoming ten date tour of China, organised by the indefatigable Kiwese who has also toured All Seeing Hand and Mr Sterile Assembly, but first they need to raise some funds to get there! They've organised a special fundraising celebration in mid-March with support from Ana Te Kōtiro, crone and visual artist Laura Duffy at Wellington's Meow to help collect some dosh towards sending two of Aotearoa's finest acts out into the world. Womb's debut album Like Splitting the Head From the Body was featured in our 2018 New Zealand Album Highlights, while Strange Stains is consistently amazing live and made one of our favourite videos of last year, so this should be a no-brainer. Scope out the details here...

Womb and Strange Stains China Tour fundraiser
With... Ana Te Kōtiro, crone and visuals by Laura Duffy
Friday 15th March – Meow, Wellington

Experience the mind-bending video for Womb's 'Satellite'...

Watch Strange Stains and Crystal Geyser's fantastic video for 'They Wear Them Out'...

Press release:

We are extremely excited to announce that this year we are taking our sound abroad to China! We are lucky enough to be bringing an amazing team of people with us, including the "Bogan Madonna of New Zealand", Strange Stains, and incredible artists Laura Duffy and Christopher Ulutupu. We couldn't be doing it without Kiwese who is arranging everything for us, booking 10 shows for us in the underground music scenes of China, as well as sorting out all the little things along the way like where to sleep and what to eat as we zigzag our way up the country.

This is a big team and a huge project! Join as at Meow on Friday, March 15th so we can celebrate and raise some funds to help get us to China ♥ ♥ ♥


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