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Fazerdaze Releases Debut LP ‘Morningside’ & Single 'Misread'

Fazerdaze announces two special homecoming shows in support of her debut LP ‘Morningside’ and releases new single ‘Misread’

Listen to / Share ‘Misread’ here: http://bit.ly/2t84jwg

“Morningside is what happens when a bedroom pop record gets too big for just a single room, but all the while never loses its intimacy” - Pitchfork

After selling out a number of shows in Europe earlier this year, the humble songwriter and producer Fazerdaze (a.k.a Amelia Murray) returns home for her very first NZ headline tour! Beginning in Auckland on September 8 and quickly followed up in Wellington the very next night, these two shows will allow new fans to feel the full effect of the Wellington-born singer’s personal and spellbinding performances.

The forthcoming Auckland and Wellington shows could be the last time to catch Fazerdaze live in NZ this year. Murray and her live band will head straight back to Europe where she’ll be performing at Reeperbahn and Way Back When Festivals in Germany, Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival and a headline show at the esteemed Moth Club in London.

Come down and watch Fazerdaze as she performs new material including songs like new single ‘Misread’, ‘Lucky Girl’ and ‘Bedroom Talks’.

Tour Dates:
Friday, September 8 - The Kings Arms, Auckland
Saturday, September 9 - Meow, Wellington

Tickets available now from Under The Radar

Morningside out now on Flying Nun Records

Fazerdaze online:
Facebook | bandcamp | Youtube

Media:

“Hazy brilliance” - MOJO

“A new Kiwi act on legendary Flying Nun label who sounds like an old Kiwi act on legendary Flying Nun label. Which makes it brilliant” - The Guardian

"A perfect burst of swooning, happy-sad bedroom guitar-pop sunshine." - Gorilla Vs Bear

"It's a stellar debut, confirming her as one of New Zealand's most exciting artists of the moment" - 5/5 NZ Herald


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