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There’s A Tuesday & Kitschen Boy (AUS)

There’s A Tuesday & Kitschen Boy (AUS)

7:30pm, Sat 27 April, 2024
The Tuning Fork, Auckland accessibility-icon
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With both bands on the brink of upcoming releases, they will be hitting New Zealand in April (Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch) and Australia in May (Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane) and will be combining forces for the first time to bring you an electrifying show not to be missed.

There’s a Tuesday consist of high-school besties – front-women Minnie Robberds and Nat Hutton, drummer Gus Murray and bassist Joel Becker to create a haven for tender listeners, marrying their fervent lyricism with their idyllic indie pop sound. Over the past few years ,There’s a Tuesday have continued to enchant their expanding audience in both Australia and New Zealand. Being included on some of the biggest New Zealand and Australian festivals – Laneway, Rhythm and Vines, Rhythm and Alps and supporting the likes of Conan Gray, Benee, Julia Jacklin, The Grogans and Muroki . With an upcoming project on the way, There’s a Tuesday couldn’t be more excited to be heading out back on tour in New Zealand and Australia. 

Amassing over 3 million streams on Spotify, Kitschen Boy has found a home alongside some of Australian indie rock’s finest such as Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers, Dear Seattle & Stumps. Hailing from Melbourne birthed from a former career of flipping burgers under a bar the dynamic band brings synth-packed, noisy jangle with a punch. Imagine the nostalgia of the 80s UK indie scene mixed with a bit of 90s shoe-gaze and then sprinkle it with a tasteful dose of Australian sunshine. Contemplative, self-deprecating and danceable are what makes Kitschen Boy so goddamn spellbinding and with comparisons to heavy-hitters such as Gang of Youths, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and Vacations it's no wonder the alluring taste of the bands tracks stay tingling on listeners lips long after turning off their headphones or leaving the dance-floor.