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Carb on Carb Album Release Party Palmy!

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Papaiti presents Hui Taurima a Papaiti #1 a.k.a. Carb on Carb’s album release parties!

carb on carb, Auckland’s emotive-punk tour-dog duo, have an album on the way. It’s called FOR AGES and its out May 4th. They have just released a music video for a song called Nicole’s Express ft. Wellington’s own prizegiving.

�Watch: https://www.stereogum.com/1988819/carb-on-carb-nicoles-express-video/video/
�Listen: https://spoti.fi/2iE99yv
�Preorder: http://carboncarb.bandcamp.com/

Also playing at this huge show/basically a fest --------->

SODA BOYZ, the Slint of the lower North Island.

�Listen: https://sodaboyz.bandcamp.com/

Freya Daly Sadgrove, who stole our hearts at Sad by Sad South.

�Read: https://thespinoff.co.nz/author/freya-sadgrove/

Bad Friend, ft. one of my best friends.

�They made the choice to not have a facebook or anything so i made the choice to post this instead: https://slodive.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/friendship-quotes-from-movies/bride-of-frankenstein-quote.jpg

fruit juice parade, fully rock.

�Listen: https://fruitjuiceparade.bandcamp.com/

First Move, new riffs from Harry Lilley, Jono Galuszka, Fraser Williams

Tickets at door. It will be good. Stay true young emo.

More about Carb on Carb:

Carb on Carb are Nicole Gaffney (vocals, guitar) and James Stutely (drums) and their reputation for being a hard-working touring band precedes them. In their relatively short lifespan they have already toured China, South East Asia, the US, Australia and Aotearoa.

Current single ‘Nicole’s Express’ (complete with video featuring Wellington’s own coffee-punks prizegiving) follows the first single ‘It’s Been a Rough Year’ which was released in February. That track was added to Spotify editorial playlists ‘Local Noise’, ‘Women of AU and NZ’ and more. Weirdo Wasteland summed it up “Carb on Carb have weaved this raw emotionality into a resolute anthem…this is the kind of song that’s important to have these days. Listen to it and tell me it doesn’t make you feel a little bit better about life as it is for you currently.”