Iconic Kiwi rock’n’roll band The Narcs are hitting the summer venues on their ‘Not Over’ Summer Tour. With high-energy drummer Pete (Rooda) Warren of DD Smash onboard, this will be a rocking tour of classic kiwi music and a chance to hear some new tunes including the band’s latest single release ‘Not Over’.
The Narcs new single was written and produced by Buzz Moller (Voom) and The Narcs. Not Over was inspired by a dream that Buzz had on the eve of a songwriting session with guitarist singer Andy Dickson and bassist Tony Waine mid-way through 2018. The song name checks The Narcs 80’s chartbuster (You Took Me) Heart & Soul and references an unfinished relationship and the need to rebuild, move forward and make things right again.
Wednesday 9th January - Point Chevalier RSA, Auckland
Thursday 10th January - 2 Mile Bay Sailing Centre, Taupo
Friday 11th January - Cabana, Napier
Saturday 12th January - Waihi Beach Hotel, Waihi Beach
Sunday 13th January - Totara Street, Mount Maunganui
The Narcs’ first single of 2018 “Summerhill Stone” was released on Friday March 2nd. Their second single “Not Over” was released on November 7th on all major digital platforms.
Over the band’s 39 year career, The Narcs have attracted new fans with their fusion of South Island and Sydney-drenched rock’n’roll. From playing their first gig in Christchurch in 1980, the band has had a slew of radio and video hits including “Heart and Soul”, “Lazy Susan”, “Diamonds on China” and “Abandoned By Love”. The Narcs’ recording legacy includes three studio albums: “The Great Divide” (1984), “The Narcs” (1986) and “Push The Boat Out” (1996), and a compilation “Best of The Narcs” (2002).
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