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Same Name Confusion and Lacuna - AKL

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Neck of the Woods, Auckland
(Pre-Sale)
Sat, 26th Jan Buy


Tour Information
Fresh Blood brings a new wave of young NZ talent to Auckland for the first time. Touted as two of the country’s most exciting new bands, both Lacuna (DUN) and Same Name Confusion (WEL) will be promoting their debut EP's, set for release in November and January respectively. Fresh Blood will be the only Auckland appearance for each band on their maiden tours of the country. $10 early-bird tickets on sale now.

FACEBOOK EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/1103222446494038/

SAME NAME CONFUSION

From near total obscurity at the start of 2018, Same Name Confusion have quickly asserted themselves as one of the best live acts in the country. Their exhilarating shows have become a hot ticket in their hometown Wellington, finishing the year with back to back sold-out headline gigs. SNC begin 2019 with their debut festival performance at the inaugural Tora Bombora, alongside The Babe Rainbow, before touring NZ in support of their forthcoming debut EP. The lead single for that release, Must Be Lucky, is due in December.

LACUNA

It has been early days for young indie pop band ‘LACUNA’ but the group have still managed to make a remarkable impact in the short time that they have been together. A mountain of hometown gigs opening for local bands such as Mild Orange and Marlin’s Dreaming, along with their radio 1 live session, has seen Lacuna secure a slot at this year's NEST FEST (headlined by Connan Mockasin) as well as Rhythm & Vines 2019. The three-piece will release their debut EP ‘Move With Me’ in December with a NZ tour to follow in January. The tracks explore the many shades of love, from the honeymoon phase through to awkward breakups. The band are always aiming to create something memorable and personal that everyone can connect with.
Links
facebook.com/samenameconfusion/
facebook.com/lacunagirls/

Get Tickets
Neck of the Woods, Auckland
(Pre-Sale)
Sat, 26th Jan Buy


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