There’s a Tuesday’s sold out Auckland show has been upgraded to The Tuning Fork and will now accommodate all ages audiences, taking place Friday 5 March 2021.
Existing tickets remain valid, but ticket holders unable to attend the new date can obtain a full refund from the point of purchase. For any further ticket enquiries please reach out to Moshtix.
A dreamy indie folk/rock/pop group from Christchurch, There’s A Tuesday consists of two female front women on guitars and vocals, Nat Hutton and Minnie Robberds, with Angus Murray on bass and Joel Becker on drums.
The band recently released new single ‘Amsterdam’, the lead single from their Dance With Me Before We Cry EP, the rest of which will be released on Friday November 27.
Possessing sublime harmonies and gorgeous songs, There’s A Tuesday won 2019’s Smokefree Rockquest, which provided the platform to record debut single ‘Pinata Head’ at Neil Finn’s Roundhead Studios. The single rocketed to #13 on the New Zealand singles chart, received rave reviews and frequent radio play nationwide.
They’ve gone on to become the darlings of NZ’s festival circuit, landing upcoming spots at Rhythm & Alps and Rhythm & Vines, Le Currents, and Electric Ave, as well as playing support on The Butlers’ recent tour, and Mako Road’s upcoming shows in Auckland and Wellington.
Band member Nat Hutton says “We are so excited to have our first nationwide headline tour playing our brand new EP to all you wonderful people, can't wait to dance with you all!”