Soaked Oats - Say Hey and Play Some News Ones - Auckland

Soaked Oats

Soaked Oats - Say Hey and Play Some News Ones - Auckland

7:30pm, Fri 23 October, 2020
Tuning Fork, Auckland

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Event Details

Having recently finished the first wave of recording for their debut album, Soaked Oats are taking to the road this October for a string of shows up and down the country. The 'Say Hey and Play Some New Ones' tour will see them greeting faces throughout Aotearoa and trying out some new material for the first time. The band will be supported and joined on stage by DJ and friend 'Hot in the City' + a few surprise support acts. Dates below:

OCT 8th - DIVE, DUNEDIN

OCT 9th - BLUE SMOKE, CHCH

OCT 10th - YONDER, QUEENSTOWN

OCT 14th - THE PLANT, BLENHEIM

OCT 16th - LUCKY BAR, WHANGANUI

OCT 17th - HAWKES BAY ARTS FESTIVAL, NAPIER

OCT 23rd - TUNING FORK, AUCKLAND

OCT 24th - LONGLINE CLASSIC FESTIVAL, GISBORNE

OCT 25th - LEIGH SAWMILL, LEIGH

NOV 28th - SAN FRAN, WELLINGTON

Soaked Oats are a young four-piece band that percolated into existence in Dunedin, New Zealand in 2017. Catapulted by their infectious and joyful shows and fast-evolving song-writing chops, the band’s profile and fanbase are on a steep rise. 

The indie sludge-pop group have become known for endearing live performances, music that has given the band access to tours throughout the UK and America. 2019 saw the release of their most accomplished work to date, the Sludge Pop EP. The band’s single ‘Coming UP’ was discovered by indie-rock icon Sharon Van Etten who shared to her 90 thousand plus fans and lead to sell-out shows across Australasia. 


"Soaked Oats rather neatly push the parameters of pop-rock into interesting corners which gently have reference points in alt.country, post-New Wave atmospherics and moody dream-pop."

- Elsewhere

"A healthy dose of familiar southern jangle, a wry sense of humour and a bold rhythm section."

- NZ Herald

"There’s something infectious about their sound; it’s happy, it’s relaxed and a little bit cheeky."

- Pilerats