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David Dallas ‘Hood Country Club’ Album Release Shows

David Dallas ‘Hood Country Club’ Album Release Shows


In celebration of the release of his fourth studio album Hood Country Club last Friday 21 April, David Dallas has announced shows in Wellington and Auckland.

Playing Wellington’s San Fran on Thursday 25 May and Auckland’s Powerstation on Friday 26 May, David Dallas is back with new material and a new sound, crowning Hood Country Club his best album yet.

“I put it all into this one. I don’t really feel like being build ups – I’ll just say this record took time because it needed to, I’m proud of it, and I’ll be happy when everyone gets to hear it.”David Dallas.

A harder hitting record, David Dallas doesn’t side step as he touches on everything from the political to the deeply personal. He’s back and has something to say, with his assertive approach aptly summed up by the NZ Herald: “No word is spared, no line is wasted, any everything lands on or near its intended target.”

David Dallas’ new album follows the critically acclaimed and award-winning album Falling Into Place. Lead single ‘Runnin’ achieved PLATINUM status in New Zealand and has been viewed a massive 3.8 million times on YouTube.

Hood Country Club is available for purchase and streaming across all platforms now. Tickets for David Dallas’ New Zealand shows are also on sale now from daviddallas.co.nz.


David Dallas ‘Hood Country Club’ Album Release Shows
Thurs 25 May – San Fran – Wellington
Fri 26 May – Powerstation – Auckland
Tickets: www.daviddallas.co.nz

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