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The Veils- Nux Vomica

“Grand & utterly brilliant.”
- Louder

9pm — 12am         $49.00

Nux Vomica - Live in concert
In Autumn 2021, The Veils present the first ever live performance of their legendary sophomore album Nux Vomica in its ferocious entirety.
The album was originally recorded in Los Angeles with producer Nick Launay (PiL, Nick Cave, Yeah Yeah Yeahs) and has acquired iconic status since its release on Rough Trade Records in 2006.
Audiences across New Zealand will be treated to live renditions of the singles Advice For Young Mothers To Be, Calliope & One Night on Earth as well as the title track Nux Vomica (used to great effect by Italian film director Paulo Sorrentino in his early masterpiece Il Divo) and the cataclysmic, roof-raising Jesus For the Jugular.




A stripped back and intimate show showcasing the release of "Brunch"

9pm — 12am         $

Celebrating the release of his sophomore album 'Brunch', Jed Parsons is bringing his stripped back and intimate show to Sherwood, featuring songs from both his latest effort and 2018 Debut Release of the Year finalist 'Midnight Feast'.

Featuring special guest GOODWILL (formally of nomad, last appearing at Sherwood supporting Dave Dobbyn), the duo will put on a a showcase of hook-laden, often eccentric songwriting and sublime vocal harmony.

'Brunch' has been a hit with listeners, critics and and many publications including Rolling Stone Magazine. RNZ calls the closing track Breathe one of the best songs of the year while claiming nobody is writing catchier choruses in Aotearoa right now.




Join globally acclaimed Aussie artist, Courtney Barnett for an intimate show

9pm — 12am         $

Did somebody say "Trans-Tasman bubble"? We're thrilled to share the news Melbourne icon Courtney Barnett has leapt at the opportunity to cross the ditch and treat Aotearoa fans to extensive solo tour in July, playing her first live shows in over 12 months. Beloved for her incisive and poetic lyrical prowess, evident on such classic albums as 2015's Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit, 2018's Tell Me How You Really Feel and her collaborative album with Kurt Vile Lotta Sea Lice, the globally acclaimed Australian artist will play songs from throughout her back catalogue in intimate settings armed only with her guitar,


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