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The Beths New Date Announced For Homecoming Tour

The Beths New Date Announced For Homecoming Tour

C.C. / Wednesday 14th August, 2019 9:00AM

The Beths are currently conquering the globe on an epic-scale international tour, celebrating the staggering success of their 2018 breakout debut album Future Me Hate Me, but local fans need not panic as they'll be back home playing throughout Aotearoa before the year is out. The Tāmaki Makaurau guitar-pop champs have today revealed a sixth and final date for their rapidly selling out NZ Homecoming tour this spring, with Dunedin residents now being treated to a headline performance from The Beths on 1st November at The Cook. The team of Elizabeth Stokes, Jonathan Pearce, Benjamin Sinclair and new drummer Tristan Deck have also lifted the lid on scintillating support artist info for the tour – peep the full updated details here and snap up your tickets while you can...

UnderTheRadar proudly presents...

The Beths

Friday 1st November - Captain Cook Hotel, Dunedin w/ Mousey (new show)
Saturday 2nd November - Blue Smoke, Christchurch w/ A.C. Freazy, Mousey
Friday 8th November - San Fran Bathhouse, Wellington w/ A.C. Freazy (sold out)
Saturday 9th November - San Fran Bathhouse, Wellington w/ A.C. Freazy
Saturday 16th November - The Hollywood, Auckland w/ A.C. Freazy (all ages - sold out)
Sunday 17th November - The Hollywood, Auckland w/ A.C. Freazy (all ages)

Tickets available HERE via UTR

Fun fact: did you know UTR Assistant Editor Annabel Kean is the pineapple-headed star of the clip for The Beths' 'Happy Unhappy'?

Press release:

The Beths are thrilled to announce a sixth and final date on their NZ Homecoming tour in Dunedin on Friday, 1st of November.

The band are also stoked to announce a tour wide support from A.C. Freazy (except Dunedin), and South Island support from Christchurch's Mousey.

2018 was the breakout year for The Beths, beginning with a signing to Carpark Records and Dew Process. Their debut album, Future Me Hates Me, was heralded as one of the year’s stand-out music releases, receiving praise from a myriad of respected publications and earning worldwide radio airplay. Pitchfork named it “one of the most impressive indie-rock debuts of the year” while Bandcamp hailed Future Me Hates Me “album of the summer”. Rolling Stone called Happy Unhappy ”Song of the Summer” and named The Beths their “Hot Band of 2018”. To date, the album has amassed over 3M streams and been included on a number of “best of 2018” lists, including Paste Magazine, NPR, Stereogum, UPROXX, ABC, PopMatters, the AV Club and the NZ Herald. The Beths were also named finalist in the prestigious Taite Music Prize, nominated for New Zealand’s Best Album of the Year.

This one will sell out, get in quick to avoid disappointment.


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Fri 1st Nov
Captain Cook, Dunedin
Sat 2nd Nov
Cassels Blue Smoke, Christchurch
Fri 8th Nov
San Fran, Wellington
Sat 9th Nov
San Fran, Wellington
Sat 16th Nov
Hollywood Cinema, Auckland
Sun 17th Nov
Hollywood Cinema, Auckland

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