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Pacific Heights on Tour!


After a 5 year hiatus, Pacific Heights returns with an eagerly awaited second album In A Quiet Storm and national tour.

Pacific Heights is the solo project of Devin Abrams. Devin is a member of top New Zealand band Shapeshifter, and frequently tours Australasia as DJ Reno.

In A Quiet Storm is an exquisite album fusing nu soul and hip hop. Featuring some of New Zealand’s favourite vocalists - Joe Dukie, Pdigsss, Ladi6 and Lisa Tomlins, this album takes you on a deeply soulful journey. Devin also introduces the exciting new vocal talents of Christchurch’s Mara TK, jdubs, Aeries, Mark Vanilau and Sacha Vee.

Bringing this album to the live stage is a superstar line up of Aotearoa’s top soul artists. Abrams says “In A Quiet Storm has been three years in the making, I can’t wait to tour it throughout New Zealand with my great friends who feature on the album. It’s going to be a very special show”

In A Quiet Storm will be released on 18 August 2008
In a Quiet Storm Release Tour
With DJ Reno (Shapeshifter), Pdigsss (Shapeshifter), Joe Dukie* (Fat Freddy’s Drop) and Lisa Tomlins (Rhombus)

SEPTEMBER
Friday 19th Subculture Queenstown
With special guests. Support from Downtown Brown


Saturday 20th Backstage Dunedin
With special guests. Support from Woosh.

Thursday 25th Double Happy Christchurch*
With special guests. Support from Partido


Friday 26th Khuja Lounge Auckland*
With special guests. Support from Nick D and Isaac Aesili

Saturday 27th Sandwiches Wellington*
With special guests. Support from Electric Wire Hustle and DJ Fitchie (Fat Freddy’s Drop).

www.pacificheights.co.nz
www.myspace.com/pacificheightsnz


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