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Thomas Oliver - 'The Mars Tour'


Fri 6 Nov 2015, 8:30pm–11:00pm

Where: San Fran, 171 Cuba St, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $25.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Aston Road

Thomas Oliver jets out on tour in New Zealand and Australia to support the release of his brand new single "If I Move To Mars".

New Zealand Dates
Friday 6th November - San Fran, Wellington
Saturday 7th November - Lot 23, Auckland
Thursday 3rd December - Wunderbar, Lyttleton (with Louis Baker)
Friday 4th December - King St, Masterton

“If I Move To Mars”, recorded and self-produced by Oliver with the help of Ed Zuccollo on keyboard duties and Reupena Rimoni on bass, was inspired by both love and the very real possibility of civilian space travel in the near future.

It’s a musical homage to the warm, roots-infused acoustic soul that the lower North Island champions, with Oliver’s own distinct stamp on it in the air of heavenly vocal melodies and instinctive guitar-work.

The “If I Move To Mars” music video was lovingly crafted by artists and technicians of Weta Workshop in their downtime. Weta’s own Ben Hawker and Stephen Lambert directed and produced the clip, which features Oliver floating and spinning serenely towards Mars, with guitar in hand. See attached rlease form Weta Workshop for more details.

This new creative burst comes two years after the release of his first, purely instrumental solo album, Beneath The Weissenborn in 2013, and the 2011 LP, Baby, I’ll Play backed by The Thomas Oliver Band.

This brand new single is the first glimpse under the hood of Oliver’s new creative direction and sound for the upcoming album – a melting pot of soulful, earthy and organic acoustic vibes with small pinches of electronic ambience. It’s the ultimate coming-together of the many facets of Thomas Oliver.

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