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Tunes Of I - Single Release Tour

Tunes of I are proud to announce their new single ‘Dangerous’ - the first from their upcoming sophomore studio album - will be released on Friday November 23.

Showcasing the roots-inspired sound that saw them gain popularity with audiences in Australia earlier this year, the song crescendos into a hard-hitting chorus with a heavy rock influence and memorable hook.

The song tells the story of tiptoeing on the edge of temptation, being torn between the sanctuary of safety or choosing to dabble in the danger zone.

The release date coincides with a six-date North Island tour, kicking off in their hometown of Wellington, and sees Tunes of I venture to some of their favourite New Zealand venues with special guests (still to be announced).

The tour also signals the beginning of their new partnership with Eccles Entertainment, the country’s premier live entertainment agency that represents some of the biggest names in local music – including Six60, Fat Freddy’s Drop, Drax Project and more.

TUNES OF I
‘DANGEROUS’ SINGLE RELEASE TOUR 2019

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23
- SAN FRAN, WELLINGTON
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30
-
YOT CLUB, RAGLAN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 1
-
TUNING FORK, AUCKLAND
SUNDAY DECEMBER 2
- BUTTER FACTORY, WHANGAREI
FRIDAY DECEMBER 7
-
TOTARA ST, MOUNT MAUNGANUI
SATURDAY DECEMBER 8
- COMMON ROOM, HASTINGS

SPECIAL GUESTS TBA


Tickets on sale 12.00pm Tuesday October 30 at
WWW.TICKETMASTER.CO.NZ


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