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Support bands announced for Sebadoh NZ tour

Support bands announced for Sebadoh NZ tour

Plus1.co.nz is delighted to announce a tasty line-up of NZ indie-talent will open for Sebadoh on their March 27 -31 tour.

Support bands for Sebadoh in each city are:
She’s So Rad, Thursday March 27, Bodega, Wellington
Salad Boys, Friday March 28, Churchills, Christchurch
Loud Ghost, Saturday March 29. Kings Arms, Auckland.
Bad Sav, Sunday March 30, Chicks Hotel, Dunedin
David Kilgour and the Heavy Eights, Monday March 31, Chicks Hotel, Dunedin.

Tickets are available now from UnderTheRadar.co.nz (all shows), Slow Boat and RPM (Wellington), Cosmic (Christchurch & Dunedin) and Real Groovy (Auckland).

Sebadoh fans can look forward Lou Barlow, Jason Lowenstein and Bob D’Amico delivering sonic gems from across their career.

Recent set-lists indicate they will play material from classic albums like Bakesale and Harmacy right through to new album Defend Yourself (Domino/EMI), which debuted at No. 1 in the US on the "New Alternative Artists" Billboard chart.

The tour is proudly presented by plus1.co.nz, undertheradar and 95bFM.

More about the support bands

She’s So Rad (Wellington)
http://shessorad.com

Salad Boys (Christchurch)
"I haven’t been listening to much music at all. I think the last band I listened to is a Christchurch group called Salad Boys, it’s very early Flying Nun-ish, like loud pop music. " - James Milne/Lawrence Arabia - Presence magazine

Loud Ghost (Auckland)
http://www.amplifier.co.nz/track/73629/new-telepathics-talk-to-mr-editor.html
Interview with frontman Darryn Harkness (Loud Ghost / New Telepathics / Serafin)

Bad Sav (Dunedin – Sunday)
http://thecorner.co.nz/2014/02/26/listen-bad-sav-buy-something-new/

David Kilgour (Dunedin - Monday)
http://www.davidkilgour.com/

ENDS

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