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Stream Carnivorous Plant Society's Single 'The Baby'

Stream Carnivorous Plant Society's Single 'The Baby'

C.C. / Wednesday 24th July, 2019 1:48PM

The multi-talented Finn Scholes and his musical collaborators in Carnivorous Plant Society are close to wrapping up an absolutely humungous nationwide tour, which has seen the Tāmaki Makaurau five-piece perform their fantastical tunes in such wide-ranging locations as Gore, Mapua, Paeroa and Waipawa. The group are concluding their travels with a very special trio of events in Wellington and Auckland celebrating not only the launch of their new album The People Below, but also a graphic novel of the same name created by Scholes. They've ramped up excitement for the twin-pronged release even further with their dreamily playful yet probing new single 'The Baby', showcasing lead vocals by the band's Cass Basil (Tiny Ruins) who also produced the track.

Finn Scholes opened up about conceptual yin and yang motivating the creation of 'The Baby', stating via social media "The Baby is about society’s pressure on people to have children. It simultaneously asks, 'why do you want a baby?', while also asking 'why don’t you want a baby?'

Carnivorous Plant Society

Wednesday 24th July - Ink Box Theatre, Oamaru Opera House, Oamaru
Thursday 25th July - Ashburton Trust Event Centre, Ashburton
Friday 26th July - Balcairn Public Hall, Balcairn
Saturday 27th July - Picton Little Theatre, Picton
Sunday 28th July - Moon, Wellington*
Tuesday 30th July - Kenilworth St, Waipawa
Friday 2nd August - The Wine Cellar, Auckland*
Saturday 3rd August - The Wine Cellar, Auckland*

Tickets available HERE via UTR*

Check out Carnivorous Plant Society's recently released tune 'It Followed Them', also from The People Below...


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Wed 24th Jul
Oamaru Opera House, Oamaru
Thu 25th Jul
Ashburton Events Centre, Ashburton
Sat 27th Jul
Picton Little Theatre, Picton
Fri 2nd Aug
The Wine Cellar, Auckland
Sat 3rd Aug
The Wine Cellar, Auckland

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