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Ha the Unclear - 'Strangers' Single Release Tour

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Thu 12 Nov 2020, 8:30pm–10:30pm

Where: Porridge Watson, 30 Drews Avenue, Whanganui, Manawatu / Whanganui

Restrictions: R18

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Ha the Unclear: Strangers New Zealand single release tour

On their most comprehensive NZ tour since the release of 2018 album Invisible Lines, and their first release since the Sylvia Massy produced single Julius Caesar, Ha the Unclear are performing six shows around New Zealand in October and November in celebration of new single Strangers; An emphatic celebration of that most common of all ground: temporally mutual existence.

After a huge 2019 in which the band signed with French label Think Zik; spent time filming and recording in Paris; and showcased at MaMa Festival, a European 2020 was scheduled for album re-releases. With borders still at an impasse, they instead burrowed into a boutique North Otago studio and vineyard, leaning hard into the jankiness to produce this new track, invoking the mutilated spirits of ABBA, 70s era Talking Heads, and quintessential 80s New Zealand yob rock.

Strangers is an ode to togetherness; the intertwining of our stories as we dance and destroy, love and lose our way from birth to death. Bump into a stranger in an elevator, we're all going up (or down) together.