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Soaked Oats tour extends to Australia + NZ supports

Soaked Oats
'Shuggah Doom' Summer Tour

Expands to Australia
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'Shuggah Doom' single release Jan 31st, 2019
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NZ Tour Supports Announced

Soaked Oats have already begun their 13 stop tour around Aotearoa, spreading their slinky sludge pop across our shores with a mixture of festival appearances and headline shows. The band now announce they are shooting across the ditch for a four-stop, five-date tour for our Australian neighbours with shows in Melbourne, Canberra, Wollongong, and Sydney.

The 'Shuggah Doom Tour' coincides with the announcement of a new single 'Shuggah Doom' set for release Thursday Jan 31st, with an accompanying music video from NZ alterna-video guru director, Jake Munro (Avantdale Bowling Club, Marlin's Dreaming, Yukon Era).
Pre-Save Soaked Oat's 'Shuggah Doom' Now HERE

Soaked Oats have just stepped off the plane returning from a successful US tour where they travelled in excess of 10,000 miles in a 1980s RV, called "The Driftwood", to play 20 shows to the far reaches of the land of Milk & Honey. With no time to rest on their laurels and with the sweet taste of camper-van touring fresh at hand, the boys have picked up an NZ version of The Driftwood - although yet to be named. This summer tour has already taken in Gizzy's Rhythm and Vines, Coromandel, Mount Maunganui and Taupō.

With plenty of dates to come and a slew of talent lined up to support the boys at each of the NZ shows (see below) - this is your chance to soak up the sonic fruits of their labour.

Soaked Oats - 'Shuggah Doom' Tour

Dec 28 - Coromandel @ Eggcentric

Dec 31 - Gisborne @ Rhythm and Vines*

Jan 4 - Mount Maunganui @ Totara Street

Jan 5 - Taupo @ The Storehouse

Jan 11 - Raglan @ YOT Club
(support act - Hot in the City)

Jan 12 - Hawkes Bay @ Nest Fest**

Jan 14 - Coromandel @ Lukes Kitchen
(support act - Mia Jay + Hot in the City )

Jan 18 - Leigh @ Leigh Sawmill
(support act - Ha The Unclear + Hot in the City )

Jan 19 - Auckland @ Whammy Bar
(support act - Hot in the City)

Feb 1st - Melbourne @ The Tote (supporting Space Cabanara)***

Feb 3 - Melbourne @ Grace Darling Hotel***

Feb 6 - Wollongong @ Rad Bar***

Feb 8 - Sydney @ Oxford Art Factory***

Feb 16 - Christchurch @ Nostalgia Festival

Feb 17 - Oamaru @ Scotts Brewery
(support act - Hot in the City)

Feb 21 - Dunedin @ The Cook
(support act - Hot in the City)

Feb 23 - Kapiti Coast @ Coastella Festival

All Tickets from undertheradar
except
**Nest Fest from
BirdsNest Tickets

***Australia Presale tickets available via each venue, or via Facebook events.

In the meantime, wrap your eyes and ears around this live rendition of their song ‘Houdini’ taken from 2017’s EP, No Slip Ups.
Shot by Jake Munro and produced by Birds Nest Entertainment.


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