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French for Rabbits Video and Single Release Party


Sun 9 Jun 2013, 7:00pm–9:00pm

Where: Pegasus Books, Left Bank, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: Brooke Singer

French for Rabbits single release with Timothy Blackman and Amiria Grenell.

Music videos have become a dime a dozen- often thrown out into the slightly scary and infinite Internet wilderness never to be seen again. So, we’ve decided to send French for Rabbits new song ‘Goat’, and its corresponding video into this wilderness with a well-wishing party at Wellington’s treasure trove of prose, Pegasus Books.

The music video was filmed on the rugged Wairarapa coastline, directed by Misma Andrews in collaboration with Ready! Steady! Studio!

There will be a beautiful ‘make believe sea’ zine available, featuring images from the video shoot.

Featuring intimate performances by…

French for Rabbits.
Dream-folk duo French for Rabbits have been quietly building a reputation for their sad yet brave songs. Since releasing their Tui nominated EP Claimed by the Sea in March 2012, they have gathered a dedicated fan-base around the globe with handwritten letters and home-assembled albums.

Timothy Blackman
Timothy Blackman has performed his pensive, solitary songs around the world, releasing four albums in the process. This will be his first show for 2013.

Amiria Grenell
Folk-pop singer Amiria Grenell draws inspiration for songwriting from growing up in a musical family, being a young parent, friends, whanau, the environment, world issues and Aotearoa. Her songwriting is refreshing and varied and ranges stylistically from contemporary folk to reggae, country to blues. Her most recent album deservedly won the 2012 Tui award for best folk album.