WHEN & WHERE
Friday, 22nd November – The Wine Cellar, Auckland
Saturday, 23rd November – Parrotdog, Wellington
Thursday, 28th November – The Plant, Blenheim
Friday, 29th November – Space Academy, Christchurch
Saturday, 30th November – The Crown, Dunedin
Sulfate (Peter from Wax Chattels joined on tour by David Harris from Jonathan Bree & Princess Chelsea) are heading out on tour this November/December. This will be their first to the South Island and debut tour of Australia (well, Melbourne!).
Sulfate – Peter Ruddell 1/3 of New Zealand’s “guitarless guitar band,” noise-rock trio Wax Chattels, joined by David Harris (Jonathan Bree, Princess Chelsea) on drums – announces an Australasian tour this November/December.
Sulfate made their first live appearance at Auckland City’s underground bar and music venue The Wine Cellar back in July. Since then, they have completed a headlining North Island tour, released their debut self-titled album Sulfate to critical acclaim,
“If the idea of gothic (dis)confort is appealing, then lie back and enjoy your medicine.” Graham Reid, Elsewhere album review.
“Conjuring a romantically-tinged downer buzz in the best possible way” – undertheradar album review.
The singles ‘Speaking For Others‘ and ‘Bush‘ charted on New Zealand’s Radioscope and the duo performed as part of the lauded The Others Way Festival 2019. Now, they are about to embark on an Australasian tour this November and December.
“Live, Sulfate has already been referred to as ‘startling’,’sonorous’; Ruddell’s keyboard work ‘crushing-yet-considered’.” – Ambient Light