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Miriam Clancy 'Astronomy' Album Release Tour Announced

Miriam Clancy 'Astronomy' Album Release Tour Announced

C.C. / Thursday 31st October, 2019 9:30AM

Miriam Clancy recently unveiled her long-awaited third studio album Astronomy, the Silver Scroll and NZ Music Award nominee's first record in a decade, and is celebrating the release with an extensive tour of her homeland in December. Recorded in collaboration with producer Chris Coady (TV on the Radio, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Beach House, Future Islands), the New York based songwriter's latest record delivers a cinematic excursion into realms of fuzzed-out dream-pop, balearic grooves and sweeping, synth-drenched anthems. Join Miriam Clancy on her return visit to Aotearoa after five years overseas, and experience her new songs firsthand this summer...


Miriam Clancy - Astronomy album release tour

Sunday 1st December - Wine Cellar, Auckland*
Wednesday 4th December - Globe Theatre, Palmerston North* 
Thursday 5 December- Caroline, Wellington
Saturday 7th December - Space Academy, Christchurch*
Sunday 8th December - The Old Lodge Theatre, Hokitika*
Monday 9th December - Le Cafe, Picton*
Tuesday 10th December - Mussel Inn, Onekaka
Thursday 12th December - Nivara Lounge, Hamilton*
Thursday 19th December - The Currach, Great Barrier Island

Tickets available HERE via UTR*

Experience Miriam Clancy's video for 'The Bells' from her new album Astronomy...


Press release:

After a decade between records, Miriam Clancy’s third album, Astronomy, marks her return to the musical landscape. For longtime fans, Astronomy is a reintroduction and a reinvention. Its ten songs represent a cathartic fork in the road borne out of existential crisis and the new territory is evident. Crafted over a couple of years in New York City with producer Chris Coady (Beach House, Yeah Yeah Yeahs), Astronomy is laden with swooning electric guitars, Wurlitzers, early 90’s drum machines and analogue synths.

Inspired by time spent on Great Barrier Island when living in New Zealand amidst writing the record, the record’s title and overarching ambience reference the island’s unparalleled view of the stars as a Dark Sky Sanctuary. “It would wrap around you and lift you into the cosmos,” Clancy adds. “It’s amazing how something so far from the earth can affect us and give a sense of perspective… it’s the great equalizer.”

Astronomy has already been released stateside to critical acclaim and now it's time to bring it back home with a run of the first NZ shows in over eight years.

Links
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Sun 1st Dec
The Wine Cellar, Auckland
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Wed 4th Dec
The Globe Theatre, Palmerston North
Thu 5th Dec
Caroline, Wellington
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Sat 7th Dec
Space Academy, Christchurch
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Sun 8th Dec
Old Lodge Theatre, Hokitika
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Mon 9th Dec
Le Cafe, Picton
Tue 10th Dec
Mussel Inn, Onekaka
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Thu 12th Dec
Nivara Lounge, Hamilton
Thu 19th Dec
The Currach, Great Barrier Island







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