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Broken Lexicon - South Island Tour


Thu 3 May 2018, 8:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Le Cafe, 12/14 London Quay, Picton, Sounds, Marlborough

Restrictions: All Ages

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Wellington based Indie-Acoustic duo Broken Lexicon produce a sound that is part Folk-Funk, part Gypsy-Jazz, part Indie-Pop and entirely compelling to listen to.

The duo is made up of New Zealand Singer/Songwriter Brook Davies and Russian born guitar virtuoso Alexey Medvedev. Together they weave lyrics full of emotion, charm and wit, with a richly percussive, finger-picking guitar style that is unlike anything you will have heard before.

Playing all-original sets, they will be touring the South Island this May, celebrating the recent release of their debut album Springboard, with seven dates booked throughout the South Island, and a couple on the Cook Strait.

Expect a warm-hearted, intimate performance with time for stories and banter between songs. You will hear not only the collection of twelve original tracks from their recent release, but also several pieces that are yet to be recorded.

Formed in 2014, Broken Lexicon have been charming audiences around the Wellington Region as well as various Folk Clubs and festivals around New Zealand. Recent events have included The Wellington Folk Festival, Launching Whanganui’s La Fiesta 2018 Festival, and the inaugural Just So Festival in the beautiful native-bush clad surrounds of Upper Hutt’s Kaitoke Regional Park.

The official music video for their song Springboard is well worth looking up on Youtube. It has been striking an emotional chord, particularly with parents and kids, around the world. As the title track of their debut album, Springboard celebrates the bonds and aching separations of parenthood, in a beautiful and joyous way.

The duo’s full album expands on the themes of the title track, with songs about love, connection, heartache, parenthood, nature and politics; songs that will grow the more you listen.

Both Brook and Alexey still feel deep connections to the South Island, with Brook having grown up in Motueka, and Alexey having lived twelve years in Dunedin, so this tour is something of a home-coming for each of them.

Starting with a gig booked at Mussel Inn in Golden Bay, the tour has grown to encompass six other locations throughout the South Island, including Picton, Motueka, Reefton, Hanmer Springs, Christchurch and Dunedin.

The 12-track CD ‘Springboard’ will be available for purchase at all live shows for $20.