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Deep Sea Arcade At The 95bfm Xmas Party

Deep Sea Arcade Play Auckland This Friday Night At The 95bfm Xmas Party

DEEP SEA ARCADE have had an incredible run so far this year, with no signs of slowing down. Their debut long player OUTLANDS was released in NZ in August to critical acclaim and is continuing to win new fans across the globe every day.

As with recent singles “Seen No Right”, “Steam” and “Girls”, “Granite City” has hooks more infectious than the common cold and is fast becoming a live favourite at their shows. Check out the new video:

DEEP SEA ARCADE play this Friday night at Cassette with Xuri Xruz and Popstrangers for the 95bFM Xmas Party. Buy a b-card at tickets are just $15 on the door, without a b-card it’s $20 and doors are at 9pm. You can also get tickets now from It’s the first time DEEP SEA ARCADE have played in NZ and you’re going to want to be there with bells on!

CURRENTLY TOURING: ADOTG with Simple Minds, Devo and The Church, Ed Sheeran, ADOTG with The Black Seeds, Fly My Pretties and the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra, Regina Spektor, Morrissey, Amanda Palmer and The Grand Theft Orchestra, The Script, ADOTG with Elvis Costello, Neil Young with Crazy Horse and Garbage!


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