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New Zealand rockers Skinny Hobos are back with their new album ‘Lucifer‘ which is due to be released worldwide on March 1st. To celebrate the guys are heading out on a lengthy tour of the country, which includes the legendary Jim-Beam Homegrown in Wellington and Groovefest VII in Christchurch. They will be supported by Dead Favours and Coridian, each on select dates.

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Press Release:
Skinny Hobos are back with a vengeance offering up their first release since their 2018 VNZMA-nominated debut album. ‘Lucifer’ will be released alongside a collection of new and previously unreleased material, available worldwide on March 1st. Having established their riff-heavy sound, the two-piece powerhouse look to push the limits of what can be achieved with only a guitar and a drumkit.

Drummer and vocalist Texas Holdom says of the new track, “Lucifer is a bridge between where we were, and where we’re headed. We’re always looking to push ourselves as a band; this is merely a taste of what is to come.”

To celebrate the release of ‘Lucifer,’ Skinny Hobos will hit the road on a 14-date nationwide tour. The tour will hit cities big and small around the country including a headline slot at Groovefest VII in Christchurch and their third consecutive appearance at Jim Beam Homegrown in Wellington – further cementing them as one of New Zealand’s favourite exports.

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Saturday, 2nd March – Grey Lynn Library hall, Auckland (all ages)
Friday, 8th March – Totara Street, Tauranga
Saturday, 9th March – The Butter Factory, Whangarei
Friday, 15th March – The Stomach, Palmerston North (all ages)
Saturday, 16th March – Frank, Wanganui
Thursday, 21st March – Mayfair, New Plymouth
Saturday, 23rd March – Homegrown, Wellington
Thursday, 28th March – Nivara Lounge, Hamilton
Friday, 29th March – Cabana, Napier
Saturday, 30th March – Smash Palace, Gisborne
Thursday, 4th April – Southland Musicians Club, Invercargill
Friday, 5th April – U-Bar, Dunedin
Saturday, 6th April – Groovefest, Christchurch
Friday, 12 April – Galatos, Auckland (R18)


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