Quinn XCII performs headline show in Auckland this June

Thursday 8 March 2018

Quinn XCII performs headline show in Auckland this June

American pop crooner Quinn XCII (pronounced as Quinn 92) brings his unique brand of electro-pop sound to Auckland this June, in celebration of his debut album 'The Story Of Us'.

Having already sold out 60 consecutive shows across North America, the Detroit singer-songwriter will be manifesting his eccentric talent to Kiwi audience for the first time ever. After turning heads with an early mixtape, Quinn XCII's debut EP 'Change Of Scenery' in 2015 put him on the map, snaring millions of online streams and viral coverage across the blogosphere.

His follow up EP 'Bloom' then cemented his ability to meld styles and write on a variety of subject matter. It wasn't until he was featured as a vocalist on the track 'Kings of Summer' by long-time friend and producer ayokay, though, that he broke into the mainstream. The track became the sleeper summer hit in 2016 reaching no. 1 on Spotify's Global Viral Charts and on HypeMachine.

Having signed with Columbia Records, Quinn XCII's debut album 'The Story of Us' was released in September 2017 with its lead single 'Straightjacket' racking up almost 35 million streams on Spotify to date, where he has over 3.3 million monthly listeners. After selling out two full North American headline tours, Quinn XCII joins the stellar line-up of artists at 2018's Governors Ball (NYC), playing alongside N.E.R.D., Khalid and Post Malone before heading to our shores.

Don't miss what will be a funtastic performance from viral streaming sensation Quinn XCII this winter.