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Louisa Nicklin Shares Single / Video 'There Will Be Times'

Louisa Nicklin Shares Single / Video 'There Will Be Times'

Annabel Kean / Wednesday 28th April, 2021 9:39AM

Louisa Nicklin and bandmates Eamon Edmundson-Wells (Pixels) and Mason Fairey (The Naenae Express, Green Grove) get new 'dos in the video for single 'There Will Be Times'. This catchy new drop is the third track revealed so far from Nicklin's self-titled debut album, and most toe-tap-able of the three after moody singles 'To Be Fine' and 'Water Around Her' have left us ruminating since February when Louisa Nicklin was first announced. However, don't be fooled by the cheery trot of organ and snare, Nicklin hasn't strayed far from the clever doom and gloom we love, with chorus refrain "There will be times where some of us might find that we don't want to live, we don't want to die". Armed with the creative force of director Sheldene Seth and hairdo producer Sylvia Dew of Big Gay Hair, and created with the support of NZ On Air, Nicklin injects a bit of tragic beauty into the mundane in the video for 'There Will Be Times'. Watch and listen below, and catch up on the album release tour rundown here...

UPDATE 3/06/21: Louisa Nicklin has announced regional special guest for her nationwide tour with band...

Undertheradar proudly presents...

Louisa Nicklin Album Release Tour

Saturday 29 May - Flying Out, Auckland (in store - free entry)
Friday 18 June - Dive, Dunedin w/ Fazed on a Pony, Francisca Griffin & the Bus Shelter Boys
Saturday 19 June - Darkroom, Christchurch w/ Motte, Wurld Series
Friday 25 June - Jam Factory, Tauranga w/ Edward Gains*
Saturday 26 June - Sawmill Cafe, Leigh w/ Being.

Thursday 1 July - Porridge Watson, Whanganui w/ James Paul (guitarist of Groeni)
Friday 2 July - Moon, Wellington w/ Fruit Juice Parade, Soft Plastics
Saturday 3 July - Paisley Stage, Napier w/ Rin De Lune, Spooky Skeletons
Friday 23 July - Whammy, Auckland w/ Bub, Babyteeth

Tickets available via Banished Music
*Tickets from Events Pronto

Louisa Nicklin's self-titled debut album is out digitally and on vinyl Tuesday 25th May.


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