BROODS Announce 2022 SPACE ISLAND Album Release Tour
BROODS have announced the release date of their fourth album Space Island, along with dates of an Australasian tour in February and March 2022.
The 10-time Aotearoa Music Awards-winning act have amassed over one billion streams to date, collaborated with Lorde and Tove Lo, toured with HAIM and Taylor Swift, and performed at major festivals like Coachella and Lollapalooza – and will take to the stage in Wellington, Christchurch, and Auckland in 2022, before heading to Australia to complete the run.
Space Island will be released on 18 February 2022, and the sibling duo hit the road soon after, with support from dream pop darlings Phoebe Rings at all shows.
Space Island tour dates (NZ):
Sat 26 Feb – Lacuna, Wellington
Fri 11 Mar – Christchurch Town Hall
Sat 12 Mar – Auckland Town Hall, Auckland Arts Festival *
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* TICKETS FROM AAF.CO.NZ – earlybird tickets from 10am Friday 12 November–Thursday 6 January 2022
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The Space Island album release tour follows BROODS’ headline spot on The Beach Ball, which is due to hit some of Aotearoa’s favourite beach towns this summer.
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Sun 26 Dec – Riwaka Hotel ***
Tue 28 Dec – Waihi Beach Hotel **
Wed 29 Dec – Butlers Reef, Oakura **
Sun 2 Jan – Coroglen Tavern, Coromandel *
Tue 4 Jan – Our Place, Tauranga *
Thu 6 Jan – Carrington Estate, Karikari Peninsula *
Fri 7 Jan – Summerfest Paihia, Bay Of Islands *
Sat 15 Jan – Mangawhai Tavern *
*** w/ Indyah
** w/ Imugi 이무기
* w/ Leaping Tiger
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View the press release dated 14 October 2021, announcing The Beach Ball here.
A new single and video, ‘Heartbreak’ has also been released today. With its serpentine grooves, shimmering textures and synths that conjure a bit of space-age psychedelia, ‘Heartbreak’ fully epitomises the prismatic musicality at the heart of Space Island. It is accompanied by an animated video directed by Dr D Foothead and produced by local producer Alex McCrossin.