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UK Anti-Folk Punk Duo Crywank New Zealand Shows Announced

UK Anti-Folk Punk Duo Crywank New Zealand Shows Announced

C.C. / Tuesday 17th September, 2019 9:24AM

UK anti-folk punk heroes Crywank are journeying all the way to our shores this October to play their first ever Aotearoa headline events, happening at Wellington's Moon and Auckland's Cassette Nine. With six studio long players currently tucked under the attention-grabbing duo's belt, vocalist / guitarist James Clayton co-founded the globally acclaimed musical project back in 2009, joined by drummer Dan Watson in 2012. Expect tonnes of emotional content from the creators of such reflective and raw anthems as 'Song for a Guilty Sadist', 'I Am Shit' and 'It's Okay, I Wouldn't Remember Me Either'. Here's the details...

Thursday 17th October - MOON, Wellington
Friday 18th October - Cassette Nine, Auckland

Tickets available HERE via UTR

Listen to Crywank's 'Song for a Guilty Sadist' from 2015's Tomorrow Is Nearly Yesterday And Everyday Is Stupid...

Check out 'It's OK, I Wouldn't Remember Me Either' from 2012's Narcissist on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown...

Press release:

Crywank are the UK’s biggest anti-folk punk band and they are making their exciting New Zealand debut!

In the past years, they have released an incredible hoard of new and wonderful music, but they’ll also be playing hits across the huge discography they’ve been crafting over the last decade from albums 'Wearing Beige On A Grey Day', 'Tomorrow Is Nearly Yesterday and Everyday Is Stupid'. The songs are 80% sad so please do make sure to come along and have a cry - strictly no wanking, in the physical sense, is allowed.


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Thu 17th Oct
MOON, Wellington
Fri 18th Oct
Cassette Nine, Auckland

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