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The feelers on tour this summer with Elemeno P

The feelers on tour this summer with Elemeno P and Atlas

the feelers on tour with Elemeno P and Atlashit all of our favourite summer locations on an epic 15 date tour.

Supergroovewill be joining this huge line up in Hawea on 29th December.

Legends of the New Zealand live circuit and one of the most commanding New Zealand bands ever at radio, The feelers need no introduction. The song writing genius of James Reid has firmly made the feelers’ hits anthems and seeing them live over summer has become as much of a kiwi tradition as bangers on the barbie, tomato sauce and some cold ales.

Elemeno P have come out of their hiatus of recording their next album, and will be the first chance that fans get to see their new songs live as well as their classics. Their latest single ‘Baby Come On’ will be released in November in anticipation for their third album to be released in 2008.

And to add more fuel to the fire, Atlas will be touring to many of these places for the first time. After exploding on the music scene with their hit single “Crawl”, Atlas have received huge amounts of radio play and this tour will allow fans to be witness to their electric live show.

the feelers’ Summer tour... it isn’t a summer without it.

ENDS

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