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Jed Parsons Announces Album Release And Tour Dates

Jed Parsons is hitting the road to celebrate the release of his upcoming debut albumMIDNIGHT FEAST, which is out on July 13.

Presented by Under The Radar, Jed Parsons’ MIDNIGHT FEAST Album Release Tour will kick off on Friday, July 20 in Auckland at Neck of the Woods, followed bySaturday, July 21 in Wellington at San Fran.

It picks up again in the South Island, with a Friday, July 27 show in Christchurch at Blue Smoke and Saturday, July 28 in Dunedin at The Cook.

Parsons will tour with his full band, which includes Jonty O'Connor on drums; Moses Robbins on bass guitar and Tom Harris on keyboards.

The shows follow an action-packed few months for the Kiwi singer-songwriter who burst onto the local scene in January with the debut single from his upcoming album, ‘Get Lost’.

Described as a “tasty pop morsel” by music blog 13th Floor and “a heck of an introduction" (Muzic.net); ‘Get Lost’ debuted on Apple’s ‘Best of the Week’ playlist, was added atHauraki and the bNets and helped secure Parsons a slot at this year’s Auckland City Limits Festival.

He then followed it up with the release of another gem from the upcoming album - ‘Everybody’s Stupid’, which received love from Hauraki and the bNets. The song’s video premiered on Tone Deaf in Australia.


“If you’re a fan of upbeat indie-pop, then you might already be aware of Kiwi muso Jed Parsons. But if not, he’s undoubtedly about to become one of your
new favourite artists…” -
Tone Deaf


Time’, the next single from MIDNIGHT FEAST, will be released on June 15, paving the way for what is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated Kiwi albums of 2018, and a tour that’s not-to-be-missed!


JED PARSONS – MIDNIGHT FEAST TOUR 2018:

Fri 20th July - AUCKLAND RELEASE SHOW / Neck of the Woods

Sat 21st July - WELLINGTON RELEASE SHOW / San Fran

Fri 27th July - CHRISTCHURCH RELEASE SHOW / Blue Smoke

Sat 28th July - DUNEDIN RELEASE SHOW / The Cook


Tickets on sale now from Under the Radar HERE


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