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Bailey Wiley: Self-titled EP drops today, tour news

Friday 17 May, 2019- Today, the undeniably talented songwriter and vocalist Bailey Wiley shares her long awaited self-titled EP, and announces her biggest tour yet, with five dates across New Zealand booked for July.

The six-track EP is Bailey’s most personal and accomplished project yet, and she called on some of New Zealand’s most exciting songwriters and producers to help bring the songs to life at Red Bull Music Studios Auckland. She shares songwriting credits with Tom Scott, Soraya LaPread and ENO X DIRTY’s Manu Walters. Friends Noah Slee and MELODOWNZ make vocal appearances on a track each, and production credits include ENO, Josh Fountain, HIGH HØØPS and SmokeyGotBeatz. But more than anything, this is Bailey Wiley’s project, six songs that document her rediscovering her passion for music, and falling in love.

Fans will get to experience this passion and energy in her live shows, as Bailey takes a band on the road for the first time, promising that plans are underway to make the shows something special.

“Truth be told I’m genuinely just looking forward to being back in the game,” Bailey says.

“I love expressing myself through music as its the place where I feel I’m best understood.

"The songs that made it on this EP are individually beautiful in their own right, they each have a purpose and a reason. I look forward to touching more on this through live performance when we go on tour in July.”

Bailey Wiley’s self titled EP is out now on streaming outlets via A Label Called Success. The tour is on sale now at Under the Radar. Get in quick, Bailey’s on a hot streak.
Red Bull Presents
Bailey Wiley
Friday 12 July, Galatos, Auckland
Saturday 13 July, Fat Eddie’s, Christchurch
Friday 19 July, Frank Bar, Whanganui
Saturday 20 July, Totara Street, Tauranga
Saturday 26 July, Moon 1, Wellington
Get tickets now from Under the Radar

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