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Wurld Series Announce Launch Tour For New Album 'What's Growing'

Wurld Series Announce Launch Tour For New Album 'What's Growing'

AK / Friday 19th March, 2021 11:04AM

The second album from Ōtautahi's Wurld Series has landed, fifteen tracks strong and totally bursting with gritty, folky steez. What's Growing follows up their 2017 debut collection Air Goofy, and has been brought into the world by three cool label parents; Meritorio in the US, Osbourne again for Australia, and hometown imprint Melted Ice Cream. When not busy producing albums or being the Melted Ice Cream head honcho, Brian Feary plays drums on Wurld Series recordings and on tours, something of a right hand man to songwriter / frontman Luke Towart. Towart, Feary and company will be tearing up the South Island with their hot new tracks this April, celebrating What's Growing with Pōneke mates Zero Cool in Christchurch, Dunedin and Oamaru. More tour info below, with a Blenheim date still to come...

Wurld Series South Island Tour w/ Zero Cool

Friday 23rd April - Space Academy, Christchurch
Saturday 24th April - Spaceland, Dunedin w/ Bathysphere
Sunday 25th April - Settler Theatre, Oamaru w/ Cuticles

Tickets available HERE via UTR


Jim Nothing is a spooky leaf man in the dreamy clip for album single 'Supplication'...


Wurld Series' sophomore album 'What's Growing' is out now via Meritorio / Osbourne Again / Melted Ice Cream.

Links
facebook.com/wurldseries/
wurldseries.bandcamp.com/

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Wurld Series And Zero Cool - South Island Tour
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Fri 23rd Apr
Space Academy, Christchurch
Wurld Series And Zero Cool - South Island Tour
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Sat 24th Apr
Secret Location, Dunedin
Wurld Series And Zero Cool - South Island Tour
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Sun 25th Apr
Settler Theatre, Oamaru