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Dead Meadow and Pink Mountaintops New Zealand Tour Announced

Dead Meadow and Pink Mountaintops New Zealand Tour Announced

Wednesday 8th February, 2012 6:31PM

Dead Meadow's Jason Simon just can't stay away, heading back our way only months after his solo tour but this time bringing the rest of Dead Meadow with him. On the verge of releasing a new album, the psych-rock stalwarts will play two New Zealand shows at the end of March supported by fellow psych-enthusiast Stephen McBean from Black Mountain with his side project Pink Mountaintops - it'll be like our own little Psychfest...

Dead Meadow and Pink Mountaintops NZ Tour

Wed 28th March, SFBH, Wellington
Thur 29th March, Kings Arms Tavern, Auckland

Tickets on sale Monday 13th February from HERE at Undertheradar and our retailers - Real Groovy (AK) and Slow Boat (Welly).

Dead Meadow 'What Needs Must Be'

The Pink Mountaintops 'While We Were Dreaming'.

LA based, DC born, Dead Meadow have been spreading their psychic ideals for well over 10 years, gone are the days of indie cool and the hit band of summer tag, Dead Meadow have now risen above the critical acclaim and media hype and become an institution, a highly valued and well respected part of the American musical and artistic consciousness.

With founding drummer Mark Laughlin back in the fold and a brand new studio album in the can, Dead Meadow are about reclaim the throne from the shivering three kings and re-establish them selves as the undisputed lords of 70’s inspired psych rock. Accompanying Dead Meadow on their 3rd Australian tour will be the Vancouver based side project of Black Mountains Stephen McBean, and that being his critically acclaimed experimental psych ensemble Pink Mountaintops, who now feature Cat Power side man and one time Delta 72 guitarist and current Black Ryder member Mr Gregg Foreman.

With a vast back catalogue to explore and new recordings to offer, both Dead Meadow and Pink Mountaintops will be spreading their celestial vibrations across Australia and New Zealand in late March and early April 2012. Stay tuned for details.


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