Do you sell tickets for an event, performance or venue?
Find out more about Eventfinda Ticketing.

You missed this – Subscribe & Avoid FOMO!
Passenger – Runaway Tour

When:

Tue 13 Nov 2018, 8:00pm

Where: Powerstation, 33-35 Mt Eden Rd, Eden Terrace, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Related Artists:

Following the release of single ‘Hell Or High Water’ and the announce of his tenth studio album 'Runaway', Passenger has announced his 2018 Australia and New Zealand tour dates.

Along with this announcement, Passenger (aka Mike Rosenberg) has released an accompanying video for the album’s title track, ‘Runaway’. The album has been largely recorded in Australia and is due for release Friday August 31 via Black Crow Records.

The British singer-songwriter will play a show in Auckland, as well as all major cities in Australia to showcase his forthcoming album.

Kicking off at Auckland’s Powerstation on Tuesday, November 13, Passenger will then hit Australian shores to play shows in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth.

Runaway finds Passenger embracing the epic once again - the melodies are unforgettable, the choruses colossal. Even though it was recorded between the UK and Australia with co-producer, Chris Vallejo (INXS, Empire Of The Sun, Josh Pyke), the 10-track album was imagined as unfolding against a backdrop of American landscapes.

And so, rather than the follow usual video process in studios or track-by-track, he and video director Jarrad Seng spent three weeks making videos across the US to capture the visual accompaniments to the aural landscapes.

The video for ‘Runaway’ reflects this beautifully, seeing Rosenberg run through breathtaking landscapes in the US; from the city to the countryside before entering coastal and forest terrain.

Rosenberg says he is excited by the idea of hitting the road again – solo, this time after hebrought in a full band for 2017’s ‘Young As The Morning’ tour. And he’s still busking, launching Runaway in Europe with a series of busking appearances with more to come.

“Years ago, it was just me and a suitcase of CDs,” he smiles. “We used to get 50 people. Now it’s stage, a soundman, telling councils in advance. We might play to 3,000 people. But busking is something we’ve always done, a unique part of what Passenger is.”

Don’t miss your chance to catch Passenger live, debuting tracks from his new album.

Restaurants to book near Passenger – Runaway Tour