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Ripship & Swallow the Rat

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Ripship & Swallow the Rat


Tāmaki Makaurau's Ripship and Swallow the Rat combine forces for an end of year tour to celebrate their upcoming releases.

Sci-fi psych-rock duo Ripship (Callum Lincoln and Eva-Rae McLean) are touring in support of their debut LP 'Fearsome Engine', due December 16th on 1:12 Records. Expect heavy riffs, off-kilter beats and deep synth loops.

Always restless post-punk outfit Swallow the Rat (Brian Purington, Hayden Fritchley, Stephen Horsley) have a new 7 inch ‘Other Rooms/Realised' out Nov 25th featuring Yuko Miyoshi (Memory Foam) on guest vocals and an in the red mix by Oliver Ackermann (A Place To Bury Strangers).

Hastings support from Lizard Prom

Ripship + Swallow the Rat 2022 Tour

Fri 25th Nov - Whammy Backroom - Auckland*
Sat 26th Nov - Last Place - Hamilton*
Fri 2nd Dec - The Jam Factory - Tauranga
Sat 3rd Dec - Yot Club - Raglan*
Thurs 8th Dec - Valhalla - Wellington*
Fri 9th Dec - Snails - Palmerston North*
Sat 10th Dec - Common Room - Hastings*

*Tickets from Undertheradar

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When

Saturday 10 December, 8:00pm to 11:55pm

Cost

Restrictions: R18

Where

The Common Room, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
227 Heretaunga St East, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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