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The Spoils add show to their first tour of NZ

The Spoils add one more show to their first tour of NewZealand.

You can now also see them at The Penguin Club, Oamaru

MONDAY 26TH SEPTEMBER.

“Simmons & Henderson are a musical pairing difficult to fault in both instrumentation and style” TIME-OFF, BRISBANE

“It’s like watching Paul Kelly because every song’s a classic” INPRESS, MELBOURNE

“If Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds were to write the score for a Morricone film they would sound like the Spoils” MILES OF MUSIC U.S.A

“Brilliant” NO DEPRESSION, U.S ALT. COUNTRY MAGAZINE

TOUR DATES:

SAT. 17TH ODEON LOUNGE, AUCKLAND w/Boxcar Guitars & White Swan
SUN. 18TH BODEGA BAR, WELLINGTON
WED. 21ST MUSSEL INN, GOLDEN BAY
THU. 22ND WUNDER BAR, LITTLETON
SUN. 25TH ARC CAFÉ, DUNEDIN
MON. 26TH PENGUIN CLUB, OAMARU
WED. 28TH INDIGO BAR, WELLINGTON
THU. 29TH ODEON LOUNGE, AUCKLAND w/Boxcar Guitars


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