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Birdfeeder & The Spectre Collective Wellington Museum Halloween Show Announced

Birdfeeder & The Spectre Collective Wellington Museum Halloween Show Announced

Chris Cudby / Tuesday 27th October, 2020 1:48PM

Wellington Museum are hosting the supernatural sounds of The Spectre Collective and Birdfeeder this coming Halloween on Saturday 31st October, the latest in a run of live musical events to reverberate through the venerable institution's hallowed halls. Fresh from the March release of their mind-bending long player Delirium Imperium, The Spectre Collective are sure to serve up a blood-curdling soundtrack for the spooky occasion, while emerging trio Birdfeeder's debut single 'Banana Boxes' is a mystic treat for the senses. Halloween outfits are encouraged with the tantalising promise of special prizes to be awarded on the night. The whole shebang is koha entry so the only thing you have to lose is your sanity, get ready to hang and fang via the details beloowww [diabolical laughter, rattling chain sounds]...

Birdfeeder and The Spectre Collective
Saturday 31st October - Wellington Museum, Wellington (koha entry, doors open 8pm)

Experience the weird and wonderful visuals for The Spectre Collective's 'Swamp Fling' from Delirium Imperium...

Watch the clip for Birdfeeder's debut single 'Banana Boxes'...

Press release:

Two local psychedelic bands haunt Wellington Museum this Halloween.

Birdfeeder, a new south seas psych-rock band start the show with art-pop and gothic overtones. Their sharp lyrics explore the personal, the political and the cosmic. The trio debuted their first single and music video Banana Boxes in September and is ready to unleash their warped retro grooves into the wild.

As we approach the end of a year consumed by plagues and ruled by monsters, it’s time to dust off those cobwebs, wear a different kind of mask, and dance the fear away.

Halloween costumes encouraged, with prizes for best dressed! Doors open at 8pm. Koha.


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