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Denelle to launch single with concert at Botany Town Centre

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Date 21st July 2014

Denelle Launches New Single
Exclusive Performance Botany Town Centre

Denelle will be celebrating his new single launch with a full band performance at the Botany Town Centre, in Market Square on Saturday August 9th

Following his performance at 2pm fans will able to meet Denelle and purchase some exclusive merchandise including a limited edition Tee and special signed CD single.

The new single ‘TONIGHT’ will be available for sale on August 8th via iTunes and other digital outlets and is from his forthcoming EP due out Christmas 2014.

The song was recorded at Parachute Studios in Kingsland, Auckland earlier this year and features local rapper LIL Trigarow from Papua New Guinea who is now living in New Zealand.

Denelle says, “the song is about good times with friends and connecting with that one person in the room you want to approach, am really looking forward to playing in my home town of Botany”.

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