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Supports Revealed For Sebadoh New Zealand Shows

Supports Revealed For Sebadoh New Zealand Shows

C.C. / Photo credit: Justin Pizzoferrato / Wednesday 29th January, 2020 3:21PM

US indie rock heroes Sebadoh – the project of Dinosaur Jr. co-founder Lou Barlow (who Thurston Moore famously stated "essentially invented lo-fi”) and Jason Loewenstein with drummer Bob D'Amico – are making their merry way back to Aotearoa next week for a must-see pair of North Island headline events. Sebadoh are here touring their ninth studio album Act Surprised (released last May) and today revealed they'll be supported for their Tāmaki Makaurau show by noise rockers Swallow the Rat, and in Pōneke by ethereal post-punk / psych crew Secrets Of The Sun. Sebadoh promise to play both new tunes and faves from across their back catalogue spanning more than four decades, scope out the updated details right here...


Undertheradar proudly presents...

Sebadoh

Tuesday 4th February - San Fran, Wellington w/ Secrets Of The Sun 
Wednesday 5th February - Whammy Bar, Auckland w/ Swallow the Rat

Tickets available HERE via UTR

Watch the clip for Sebadoh's hook-packed single 'Rebound' from 1994's Bakesale...


Here's the video for Swallow the Rat's 2018 single 'Echoes Of A Tide'...


Listen to Secrets Of The Sun's recently released debut single 'Suffer With The Moon'...


Press release:

Next week, Lou Barlow, Jason Lowenstein and Bob D’Amico will return to New Zealand with their latest critically acclaimed album, Act Surprised - the ninth Sebadoh studio album.

At the live shows, Sebadoh fans can look forward to a mix of tracks across their career, from classic albums like Bakesale, Harmacy and U.S No.1 Billboard New Alternative Artist Chart album Defend Yourself.

Supporting them in Wellington are local experimental, doom-rockers Secrets of the Sun and post-punk group Swallow the Rat in Auckland.

Links
sebadoh.com/
facebook.com/secretsofthesunband/
facebook.com/swallowtherat/

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