Good Habits are an eclectic indie-folk band from Manchester, UK creating immersive, multimedia gigs and projects.
Formed of Singer-Cellist and Songwriter Bonnie Schwarz & international Klezmer accordionist, Pete Shaw, the band take their recent venture as a duo, touring new Zealand Jan-March 2020.
Sitting between folk and pop, the eclectic duo present an upbeat yet intimate sound-world of musical storytelling.
‘An impressive, interactive show’ - The Mancunion
‘They’ve never disappointed... they’re such talented musicians and create a wonderful atmosphere’ - Manchester CU
As an award winning composer and sound designer, Bonnie has worked with Manchester and London’s most established theatres, creating new and innovative sonic experiences.
Pete is an experienced performer who bases his style around many different folk influences; from Irish to Klezmer, Pete has performed around Europe and the United States of America.
Featuring Tiffany Anderson as support
Tiffany Anderson debuts her charming indie-pop songwriting, featuring heated dreamy poetry exploring love, loss and journeys.
From her diverse musical experiences and travels through South America and Europe, Tiffany’s style embraces influences of folk.
Growing up in Napier, she was soaked in music, playing classical violin from the age of four. She picked up the guitar whilst at University and has been songwriting ever since. Tiffany has performed in numerous groups/ensembles and is currently playing bluegrass in the hot Hawke’s Bay summer.
In 2019, she toured Europe as a Violinist with Australian folk rock band ‘The Wishing Well’ where she played with Good Habits’ Bonnie on the Cello.
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