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Anthonie Tonnon Announces Tour + Shares Single / Video 'Leave Love Out Of This'

Anthonie Tonnon Announces Tour + Shares Single / Video 'Leave Love Out Of This'

Annabel Kean / Photo credit: Belinda Merrie and Daniel Blackball Alexander / Wednesday 16th June, 2021 10:00AM

Whanganui-based songwriter (and newly appointed Durie Hill elevator operator) Anthonie Tonnon will be touring his third studio album Leave Love Out Of This throughout the country come spring. Along with news of six shows at some of Aotearoa's most loved venues, Tonnon has treated us to the LP's title track and a jaw-dropping video to boot. While singles 'Entertainment' and 'Two Free Hands' had us tapping our toes, the glorious new 'Leave Love Out Of This' will give you goosebumps. It features co-writer and The Beths member Jonathan Pearce on synths, Stuart Harwood on drums, and a string quartet courtesy of Charmian Keay and Matthew Bodman. The suitably grand video was created by Tonnon and his team of directors Karlya Smith and Jenna Todd at the 122 year-old Royal Whanganui Opera House... and outer space.

Harwood and three more, David Flyger, Steph Brown (Lips) and Sam Taylor (Nadia Reid), will join Tonnon on the release tour in September, the first time he's recruited a band for his live shows since 2018. Find out more below, and take a trip into the surreal world of Anthonie Tonnon's 'Leave Love Out Of This'...

UnderTheRadar proudly presents...

Anthonie Tonnon: Leave Love Out Of This Album Release Tour

Thursday 23rd September – Sherwood, Queenstown
Friday 24th September – Cassels Blue Smoke, Christchurch
Saturday 25th September – New New New, Dunedin
Friday 1st October – San Fran, Wellington
Saturday 2nd October – Royal Opera House, Whanganui
Saturday 9th October – Hollywood Avondale, Auckland

Early bird tickets available from 9am, Friday 18th June via

'Leave Love Out Of This' is out July 16th on Slow Time Records / Misra Records / Flippin Yeah Records.


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