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Jamie McDell Shares Music Video for 'Tori'

Jamie McDell Shares Music Video for 'Tori' From Extraordinary Girl, out May 4th


Thursday, March 29th 2018 - Today kiwi singer-songwriter Jamie McDell has revealed a picturesque visual for her charming new track 'Tori'. Directed by longtime McDell collaborator Garth Badger of Thievery Studio, we float around the historic Whatipu Lodge in Auckland's southwestern bush. The slow-moving video breathes a feeling of nostalgia around triggered memories of a past relationship.

Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/1NEJ_5Bp52g

‘Tori’ was recorded in Nashville studio, House of Blues with producer Nash Chambers, and features the vocals of his sister and Australian household name Kasey Chambers.

Jamie's forthcoming album Extraordinary Girl will be out May 4th, followed by a nationwide New Zealand tour. Tui award-winning folk/country artist Holly Arrowsmith will be joining Jamie on her recently announced Timaru tour date(May 12th - Landing Service Centre) and at her Christchurch show at Lyttelton Records. This is a tour not to be missed!

Pre-order the album here to receive an instant download of the title track.


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Released independently May 4th 2018
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EXTRAORDINARY GIRL NEW ZEALAND TOUR
MAY 2018

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

FRIDAY 4 MAY - THE TUNING FORK, AUCKLAND
TICKETS FROM TICKETMASTER HERE

SATURDAY 5TH MAY - THE BUTTER FACTORY, WHANGAREI
TICKETS FROM NZTIX HERE

FRIDAY 11 MAY - LYTTELTON RECORDS, CHRISTCHURCH
(WITH SUPPORT FROM HOLLY ARROWSMITH)
TICKETS FROM NZTIX HERE

SATURDAY 12 MAY - LANDING SERVICE CENTRE
(WITH SUPPORT FROM HOLLY ARROWSMITH)
TICKETS FROM NZTIX HERE

FRIDAY 8TH JUNE - NIVARA LOUNGE, HAMILTON
TICKETS FROM NZTIX HERE

Find Jamie McDell online:
Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / YouTube / Official Website

Stream Tori - Spotify | Apple Music


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