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Clap Clap Riot Counting Spins Album Tour

Rollicking Riotous Rock N’ Roll

Clap Clap Riot Counting Spins Album Tour

This September/October, presented by music discovery website,Clap Clap Riot will embark on a seven-date nationwide tour, supporting the release of their highly praised debut album, ‘Counting Spins’

The album, recorded between Auckland’s York Street and Studio 203, was released on June 15 2012, debuting at #11 on the NZ Top 40 Album Chart, and shooting straight to #1 on the Top 20 NZ Album Chart. In tandem, their single 'So You Say' hit #1 on the NZ iTunes Rock Charts, high rotation on The Rock, The Edge and Hauraki, and reached #4 on the NZ Radio Airplay Chart.

The tour will see the four-piece take their energetic live show on the road through the country’s main centres: Dunedin, Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland, as well as stop-offs in Tauranga, Napier & Palmerston North.

Clap Clap Riot will also be selecting their opening support bands from artists who are signed up to and submitted via their artist dashboard on theaudience.conz.

Thursday 13th Sept Dunedin
640 Cumberland Street, Dunedin

Friday 14th Sept Christchurch FREE SHOW
Dux Live
363 Lincoln Rd, Christchurch

Thursday 20th Sept Tauranga
Brewers Bar
107 Newton Street, Omanu, Tauranga

Friday 21st Sept Napier
Cabana Bar
11 Shakespeare Rd, Napier

Thursday 4th Oct Palmerston North
The Royal
44 Rangitikei Street, Palmerston North

Friday 5th Oct Wellington
Bar Bodega
101 Ghuznee Street, Wellington

Saturday 6th Oct Auckland
Rising Sun
373 K Rd, Auckland

“Worth the wait. This collection is getting repeat play at home and in the car. Nogreater praise . . .”
Graham Reid,

“Straight-up rollicking, riotous, classic guitar pop” – 4/5
Lydia Jenkin, NZ Herald.

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