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Real Estate Announce New Zealand Tour

Real Estate Announce New Zealand Tour

Wednesday 30th November, 2011 8:53AM

Finally! Real Estate are heading our way for the first time announcing two New Zealand shows in March. The perfect way to prolong summer, Real Estate are masters of capturing that Sunday afternoon drinking beers in the sun and packaging it up for repeated visits.   Youll not find a better soundtrack the festive months ahead then their two excellent albums, Real Estate (2009) and Days (2011), so get researching and head along to a show near you in March....

Undertheradar, Mystery Girl and 95bFM proudly present...


Thursday15 March 2012 – Kings Arms, Auckland
Friday 16 March 2012 – San Francisco Bath House, Wellington
Tickets on sale Wednesday the 7th December from here at UTR, Real Groovy in Auckland & Slow Boat in Wellington

Here is the video for Suburban Dogs from their self-titled debut...

And heres an unofficial video for Black Lake also from their debut album...

And you can check out their most recent video for Its Real from Days below this here PR.

Press Release:

MYSTERY GIRL, 95bFM & UNDERTHERADAR are proud to announce…


Thursday15 March 2012 – Kings Arms
Tickets on sale Wednesday the 7th December
from & Real Groovy Records

Friday 16 March 2012 –San Francisco Bath House
Tickets on sale Wednesday the 7th December
from & Slow Boat

New Jersey’s Real Estate are heading to New Zealand in support of their second album Days, a gorgeous suite of guitar-pop songs with strolling rhythms, waves of reverb and beautiful three-part harmonies.

A coming of age moment for childhood friends Martin Courtney (Guitar and Vocals), Matt Mondanile (Guitar) and Alex Bleeker (Bass), Days was recorded over the course of five patient months in a remote New Paltz, NY barn-cum-studio with the help of Kevin McMahon (Titus Andronicus, The Walkmen.) Days is a testament to the fact that the sonic formula Real Estate developed and shared with their debut album (Real Estate, Woodsist 2009) heralded the arrival of a new, genuine and enduring group of voices in American independent music. Days sees the band tighten and refine their brand of timeless, melodic and genuine music- consolidating the breezy sketches of their earlier work into considered, graceful pop songs.

“They have briged the gap between the Byrds and REM and made the best American album since Lambchop’s Nixon” - SUNDAY EXPRESS 5 STARS


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