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The Rabble are heading down to Wellington

The Rabble
Monday 17 April

This weekend, Auckland punk rock band, The Rabble are heading down to Wellington to play two shows.

Since December, the Rabble's independently released album No Clue, No Future was available from Real Groovy in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. Last month the official release party was held at the Transmission Room in Auckland, filling the venue to maximum capacity. The album is now available right throughout New Zealand from Sounds and Real Groovy. After 4 months of being in the Top Selling Music chart at Real Groovy and reaching as high as Number 3, the Rabble are at the end of the CDs first pressing with another underway.

This year, the band has played with international touring bands such as Comeback Kid and The Go Set. This Friday you can see them with Australian ska band, Rubix Cuba at Bodega and the following night, The Rabble will be playing an all ages show at Secret Level in Lower Hutt.


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