Ha The Unclear - A Kingdom in a Cul-de-sac Tour

Tour Information

Ha the Unclear are excited to announce their New Zealand Tour this June/July to celebrate the release of their album ‘“A Kingdom in a Cul-de-sac” (released April 19).

* June 8: Wellington, Meow
* June 21: Auckland, Whammy
* July 19: Christchurch, Space Academy

A Kingdom in a Cul-de-sac has been celebrated by critics and music fans worldwide, Télérama called the album “Irresistible”, Rolling Stone AU/NZ praised the “hook-laden, vocally rich material”, Tony Stamp (RNZ) called it “cheerfully oblivious but secretly smart” and Muzic.net.nz called A Kingdom in a Cul-de-sac “inspiring!” and now it is Aotearoa fans turn to enjoy the album live.

The NZ tour follows the international release of their album, and a series of well-received shows in their label-home, France.

The album release shows will feature exciting new releases 'Fish', cover of iconic 80s French number ‘C’est Comme Ça’, ‘Alchemy’, ‘Mind and Matter’, alongside crowd favourites including ‘Growing Mould’ and ‘Secret Lives of Furniture’.

A Kingdom in a Cul-de-Sac is now available on all streaming platforms and on double vinyl from record stores in New Zealand.

Tickets for Ha the Unclear's New Zealand tour are on sale now Auckland and Christchurch from Undertheradar.co.nz and Wellington from Moshtix.

Praise for ‘A Kingdom In A Cul-De-Sac’

“Infectious pop music with lyrics that are as quirky as they are heartfelt. Irresistible.”
- François Gorin (Télérama) (*Translated from French)

“A folk-pop-punk album to discover. “
- Alexis Bernier (Libération) (*Translated from French)

“A kaleidoscopic and surreal pop journey.”
- Guillaume Schnee (FIP) (*Translated from French)

“Hook-laden, vocally rich material”
- Rolling Stone AU/NZ

“Cheerfully oblivious but secretly smart”
- Tony Stamp, Radio New Zealand

“Inspiring! … A celebration of musical literacy and playful vulnerability, showcasing a body of work from a multi-faceted, interesting, and talented band. Bravo!”
- Cathy Elizabeth, Muzic.net.nz

“Classy, clever and ironic … behind the handmade look and feel of Ha the Unclear there's a keen intelligence at work.” - Graham Reid, Elsewhere

Media Interviews are available - Contact Kylie Leggoe, Greatnzpublicity@gmail.com

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Whammy Bar, Auckland Fri, Jun 21 Buy
Space Academy, Christchurch Fri, Jul 19 Buy
Pearl Diver, Dunedin Sat, Jul 20 Buy