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The All Our Truths Tour With Decades & Special Guests




Four of New Zealand’s most exciting and emerging rock acts hit the road this July, playing in five centres across the country. Decades, Skinny Hobos, Dead Favours and Bakers Eddy are the newest generation of NZ rock royalty and kick off the nationwide All Our Truths tour in Hamilton on July 14, before heading to Auckland on July 15, Wellington July 22, Christchurch July 28, then winding up in Dunedin on July 29.

Presented by Brent Eccles Entertainment, in conjunction with The Rock, tickets go on sale Thursday, June 1 at 12 pm from

Headlining the All Our Truths tour is Christchurch band, Decades. Made up of four long-time friends: Emma Cameron (guitar, vocals, songwriter), Liam Muir (guitar, songwriter), Daniel Perry (drums), and Curtis Booth (bass, beard); Decades has just announced the release date of their debut album, The Truth and Other People (July 14) and are looking forward to playing the new tracks live. The album features The Rock favourites ‘Terrified’ and ‘If It Kills Me’, along with new single, ‘Get Me Home’.

Joining Decades are Skinny Hobos, Dead Favours and Bakers Eddy.

Skinny Hobos are a two-piece alternative rock band from Auckland, who have earned a reputation for being one of the hardest working bands in town. With a mesmerising live performance, Alex Elvis (guitar) and Texas Holdom (drums) produce a full gritty full rock sound. Skinny Hobos release their new single, ‘Suburban Living’ on June 9.

Dead Favours formed in 2016 with members originating from bands including Grammy-nominees Steriogram, Fire at Will, Bloodnut, Eqwanox, and Kara Gordon’s Wreckage among others. Dead Favours’ debut EP, produced by Tom Larkin, is due for release this July and features their current Rock radio hit, ‘Dig’.

The energetic and always exciting Bakers Eddy are looking forward to playing on home soil. The four-piece are one of the most in-demand rock bands around, opening last year for Highly Suspect, Gang of Youths and The Rubens.

Originally from Wellington and now based in Melbourne, Bakers Eddy are currently working with Tom Larkin, creating their debut album, and are looking forward to introducing fans to some of their new work and will be releasing a single in July to coincide with the tour.

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