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Australian Pop Trio Telenova Announce New Zealand Shows

Australian Pop Trio Telenova Announce New Zealand Shows

Annabel Kean / Photo credit: Clint Peloso / Thursday 16th June, 2022 7:00PM

Fresh faced Melbournites Telenova are heading our way this August for a pair of Aotearoa shows across Te Ika-a-Māui. The trio of Angeline Armstrong, Edward Quinn and Joshua Moriarty are hot off the back of releasing pop hooner ‘Why Do I Keep You?’, their first single since the drop of their debut EP Tranquilize last year. In addition to their New Zealand tour announcement, Telenova share news of their second EP Stained Glass Love. Celebrate with the band at their debut Wellington and Auckland sets by locking in your spot at the link below...

Telenova Stained Glass Love Tour
Friday 19th August - The Tuning Fork, Auckland
Saturday 20th August - Meow, Wellington

Tickets available via moshtix.co.nz


Have a listen to the luxe pop tones of 'Why Do I Keep You?'...


Press release:

Telenova moved quickly last year. Despite the wider world being forced into hibernation, the Melbourne three-piece released the captivating EPTranquilize which housed triple j favourite Bones, and garnered international praise from BBC 6 Music, KCRW, Vogue Paris and NME. A November lap of Australia promptly sold out, including six triumphant hometown shows in Melbourne; while the band became summer festival favourites, kicking goals at Wildlands and Beyond The City.

2022 has shown the first of Telenova’s upcoming more complex body of work Stained Glass Love EP, with first single ‘Why Do I Keep You?’ and its artistically rich self-directed video by lead singer Angeline Armstrong; and 'Haunted' a hypnotic tale of addiction with echoes of Northern Soul amidst dark dub all draped in dramatic synth strings.

To celebrate the EP announcement and new single, the band has shared a run of EP tour dates that includes debut shows in New Zealand.

Links
telenovamusic.com.au/
instagram.com/telenovaofficial/

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