British Indie-Rockers Ocean Colour Scene to Play in New Zealand This November

Tuesday 21 March 2017

British Indie-Rockers Ocean Colour Scene to Play in New Zealand This November

British Indie-Rocker and 90s Britpop forefront, Ocean Colour Scene, are bringing their chart-topping albums including the 1996 Moseley Shoals, to Wellington and Auckland this November.

Ocean Colour Scene's legendary and rip-roaring rock 'n' folk odyssey are set to a backdrop of pop culture at its very best. Coming up through the live scene with contemporaries including Oasis, the band remained one of the biggest acts of the time still on the road today.

The band welcome new UK buzz act Stillia who will join them on the road to play tracks from their forthcoming LP 'From Ground to Light'. This will be the band's first trip to New Zealand, a true feast for fans of the new wave of brit-pop.

Ocean Colour Scene have notched up many memorable moments including 1996's breakthrough hit 'The Riverboat Song' five UK top 10 selling albums, seventeen UK top 40 singles, multiple global tours with the likes of Paul Weller and the distinction of being the band that knocked 'Oasis' What's The Story Morning Glory' album off its record-breaking run at the top of the UK charts.

This is a must-see event you wouldn't want to miss.