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Upcoming Letterbox Lambs gigs

Upcoming Letterbox Lambs gigs

Happy New Year everybody!

We've all had a good break and now it's back into it. There's lots of Letterbox Lambs gigs coming up, can you please ad them to your gig guides?

Saturday 3 February
Channel Z Bands In The Square
Civic Square, Wellington from 1pm
with TrinityRoots, Rubicon and Mary Staple

Friday 9 February
Kings Arms, Auckland
with Fang and Dirt

Saturday 10 February
Wardlane, Hamilton

Tuesday 6 March
Victoria University Orientation
Union Hall, Victoria University, Wellington
with Tadpole and Betchadupa

Saturday 17 March
Valve Bar, Wellington
with Jakob

Friday 23 March
Palmerston North (TBC)

Saturday 24 March
O'Flahertys, Napier
with Jakob

You may have caught the Letterbox Lambs profile in Real Groove magazine's December issue. We'll also be appearing in the next issue of NZ Musician, and should have reviews popping up in various New Zealand magazines' first issues of the new year.

If you haven't picked up a copy of the album yet, don't forget to check out those tracks available for online listening at the website. Both Droner (So Emotive) and Not A Private Joke have spent time in the site's 10 Most Listened Tracks.

Baa! Lambs


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