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Ha the Unclear/Wallace Line NZ Tour

Tonight, Ha the Unclear embark on the first date of their Wallace Line NZ Tour, hitting Christchurch's mystical venue Space Academy with their highly lovable tunes and full force live show for the people. Hear their brand new single Wallace Line amongst other fan favourites such as Big City and Growing Mould.


Limited ticket sales remain for the following shows in Dunedin (Sat 7th April), Auckland (Fri 13th April) and Wellington (Sat 14th April) so get in quick!


Remaining tickets available through Birdsnest Entertainment:
https://shop.birdsnest.studio/product-category/tickets/


WALLACE LINE NZ TOUR

FRIDAY 6 APRIL - SPACE ACADEMY, CHRISTCHURCH

SATURDAY 7 APRIL - THE COOK, DUNEDIN

FRIDAY 13 APRIL - WHAMMY BAR, AUCKLAND

SATURDAY 14 APRIL - CAROLINE, WELLINGTON


Their off-kilter, guitar-driven pop songs have seen them tour with Australian luminary Courtney Barnett, and support The Shins, The Dandy Warhols and Jeffrey Lewis.

Their frenetic live show has pulled sell-out crowds from all over the country, who come to see the mind-bending stories and dance to songs like Growing Mould (a song about breaking up via an apartment intercom) and Kosmonavt (a song about astronauts trapped in orbit) or Big City (a song about a weird bus ride with an anti-social pack of strangers).

A major highlight for any Ha The Unclear show has always been Cathro's slap-you-in-the-face lyrics and mind-bending stories. The band compacts these thought nuggets into energetic, skewed pop songs.

Ha the Unclear is made up of Michael Cathro (guitar/vocal), Ben Sargeant (drums), Theo Francis (guitar), and Paul Cathro (bass).


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