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Mako Road - Rescheduled date

Village Sounds

Mako Road - Rescheduled date

7:00pm, Wed 11 May, 2022

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The event organisers have been in touch to let us know that Mako Road originally scheduled for Sunday 22 March has been rescheduled to Wednesday 11 May 2022 @ The Triffid

Your current tickets are automatically valid for this new dateand you do not need to take any further action if you are able to attend the event. 

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Kiwi four-piece Mako Road have fast become one of New Zealand’s favourite bands - their recently released debut album ‘Stranger Days’ brilliantly captures the band’s epic indie-rock grooves and psych-surf sounds, and cements the band’s reputation as the most exciting independent act on the horizon. The album includes hit singles ‘Surfing On Mars’, ‘Helicopter’, ‘Don’t Keep Me Waiting’ and ‘Stranger Days’, all of which have been riding waves of popularity across sales, radio and streaming charts.

Hailing from Christchurch, the festival favourites have translated their hazy summer psych grooves into an explosive live set, resulting in multiple sold-out Australasian tours. Recently nominated for Best Rock Act in NZ’s Aotearoa Music Awards, their music has made regular appearances at the pointy end of the independent music charts with multiple Gold and Platinum certifications.   

 

Fans have eagerly dived in on streaming sites, with over 90M streams, 3M YouTube views, and 36k Instagram followers.  


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‘the perfect soundtrack for long days and hazy nights. Cut from the same cloth as Bootleg Rascal, Ocean Alley…’ – Amnplify


‘The band’s cruisy groove rock has stolen the hearts of many Australian listeners…’ – Tone Deaf


‘New Zealand’s most exciting indie-rock band.’ – The Creative Issue


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