Germein Sisters

Where: Pub on Wharf, 88 Beach St, Queenstown

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free

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After spending the last month touring stadiums across the UK with Little Mix, Adelaide’s Germein headed back home with thousands of new global fans and a brand-new song ‘Knocking At My Door’, and are jumping over the ditch for a cheeky week in Queenstown.

The Pub stage is very lucky to host Germein Sisters for a one-off gig. This will be a very rare opportunity to catch the sisters on stage in such an intimate setting.

Following on from their track ‘Talking’ which achieved over 500 spins on radio across Australia including triple j, triple j Unearthed and the Kiis and Hit Networks, ‘Knocking At My Door’ shows the trio of siblings furthering their pop-with-attitude sound after road-testing it around the UK, some nights to over 35,000 people.

Taking their lead from strong women like Haim and Tegan & Sara, Georgia, Ella and Clara Germein have had a meteoric rise with shows including the Isle of Wight Festival (alongside Arcade Fire and Catfish & the Bottlemen) showing the world that they are not just great songwriters, but also incredible musicians.

For ‘Knocking At My Door’, they have once again recorded at their home studio in the Adelaide Hills, working with acclaimed mixer John Castle (Dean Lewis, Cub Sport, Washington) to bring the songs to life.

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