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Trinityroots - Little Things Music Video Premiere



Little Things TrinityRoots' debut music video is to be premiered in cinema style at Wellington's Embassy Theatre, as part of a Radio Active 89FM's Handle the Jandal NZ Music Video Night, Monday 30th July, 8pm.

Funded by NZOnAir, directed by Chris Graham (2D Films; Te Kupu, The Nomad, Fur Patrol), and filmed on location in Makara with veteran Maori actor Wi Kuki Kaa, make sure you keep an eye and ear out for it soon on your local television networks...

Little Things, Nothing to be loved, Little Things - ReMix (by Mu), Better Man Available on the TrinityRoots selftitled debut EP www.trinityroots.com

For more information Contact: Toby Larmer (Manager) 021 1564536


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