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ALAE Announce New Zealand And Australian Tour

ALAE Announce New Zealand And Australian Tour

FoIk inspired Auckland band alae are ready to take their emotive brand of soulful sound on the road once more with a headlining national New Zealand and Australian tour announced for this August and September.

Taking in some of the most intimate venues in the country, alae’s 6 date NZ tour will kick off in Christchurch and wind its way up to Auckland before the band head across the Tasman to play 4 key dates in Australia thanks to the assistance of an Outward Sound grant.

You can experience alae at the following venues:

Friday 18 August Christchurch @ Orange Studios
Saturday 19 August Nelson @ Rhythm & Brown
Thursday 24 August Wellington @ Caroline
Friday 25 August Palmerston North @ MUSA
Saturday 26 August Mount Maunganui @ Totara Street
Saturday 2 September Auckland @ Golden Dawn

Tickets to the NZ shows are available now through undertheradar.co.nz and cosmicticketing.co.nz(Christchurch only).

With the Taite Music Prize acknowledgement in the Best Debut release category under their belt and continued support from NZ on Air, it’s fair to say that the adoration for alae has truly ignited. Latest single Things Change has found a cozy home across commercial radio in NZ, with the video receiving over 150k plays through Facebook alone. Across the ditch, alae will play to Australian audiences for a second time where Things Change has further sparked the support of leading music sites blankgc.com.au and themusic.com.au.

Anticipation is running hot for next single “1 to 3” which releases in August and will be the second single from alae’s forthcoming debut album, due for release in March 2018.

Don’t miss your chance to see alae perform up close and personal in what promises to be a collection of very special gigs this spring.

For all details on alae’s Spring Tour 2017 check http://alae.band

Follow alae :
Facebook: www.facebook.com/alaeofficial
Instagram: www.instagram.com/alaeofficial
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/alaeofficial
Bandcamp: www.alae.bandcamp.com
Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCIq5peVefeonPCItiDsEcCg/feed

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