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Rhian Sheehan - Second Auckland Show Announced

Rhian Sheehan - Video Premiered via Clash Magazine Second Auckland Show Announced

Premiered via Clash Magazine (UK) overnight, we're proud to present the stunning first video and single from Rhian Sheehan's upcoming new album
A Quiet Divide.

Capturing the feel of the entire album, ‘Soma Dreams’ offers a preview for listeners to A Quiet Divide. His most cinematic and emotive release to date, the track encapsulates the nostalgic feel of the album, further expanding on the ambient/post-rock sound that has gained Sheehan fans across the globe.


- Clash Magazine (UK)
Check out the stunning video HERE, and pre-order the album digitally, on CD or on Limited Edition 180 Gram White Double LP HERE.

Rhian Sheehan has also just announced a second Auckland show on Satutday October 26 at Q Theatre!

These cinematic experiences will see Sheehan lead eight musicians plus a live string section to perform a truly sublime audio-visual show. Combining a dream-like montage of captivating live visuals with sound venues around NZ into worlds of breath-taking son et lumiere. You don't want to miss out!

All ticket info below for shows across NZ -
Saturday September 29 - Dunedin Town Hall
Friday October 12 - Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington
Sat / Sun October 20 / 21 - Nelson Theatre Royal
Fri / Sat October 26 / 27 - Q Theatre, Auckland

TrinityRoots have also just announced another Auckland show after selling out the Saturday evening show!
These not-to be repeated shows will see TrinityRoots perform their classic album TRUE in its entirety for the first time, alongside special guests. All the ticketing info below!
Thursday November 8 - Wellington Opera House
Saturday November 10 MATINEE - Q Theatre, Auckland
Saturday November 10 EVENING - Q Theatre, Auckland (SOLD OUT)
Sunday November 11 EVENING - Q Theatre, Auckland


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