Dom Alessio has premiered the film clip of Ngaiire’s single ‘Dirty Hercules’ over
at the Triple J Home &a Hosed blog today. Check it out here
Ngaiire’s new single ‘Dirty Hercules’ from forthcoming album Lamentations (out July 2013) is available for preview online via Soundcloud. Out digitally on itunes Friday March 1st.
“Yes, yes, yes!!! It’s so great to hear neo-soul or should we say future-folk/soul finally being written and produced here in Australia on an international level” - Tone Deaf
“If this track is any indication of the direction the rest of the album will take, Lamentations could be one album to keep an eye out for this year and may well see this diminutive chanteuse make surprisingly big waves worldwide” - Soul Bounce
“Partnering up with Hiatus Kaiyote singer Nai Palm proved to be a great move with the two voices complementing each other seamlessly” – Giant Step (New York)
“If new single, ‘Dirty Hercules’ is anything to go by, success is a guarantee…Lamentations could have suddenly become my most anticipated album of the year…”- It’s My Kind of Scene
We are pleased to announce that Ngaiire will be touring nationally in March in support of the release of her single ‘Dirty Hercules’ featuring Nai Palm from Melbourne band Hiatus Kaiyote out March 1st through Wantok.
After a successful week mixing her album with Chris Townend down in the Tasmanian mountains, we are pleased to announce that the first single off Ngaiire’s debut album will be launched March 1st 2013! Tour dates to be announced shortly!
Ngaiire will be playing 3 shows at this year’s Woodford Folk Festival. Jan 28th, 29th & 31st.
+ Nov 9th: HiFi Bar, Melbourne – Supp Hiatus Kaiyote
+ Nov 10th: The Corner Hotel, Melbourne- Supp The Red Eyes Final Show
+ Nov 22nd: Fbi Social, Sydney – Supp Hiatus Kaiyote
+ Nov 23rd : Hotel Gearin, Katoomba – Supp Hiatus Kaiyote
+ Nov 24th: Queenscliffe Music Festival, VIC
+ Nov 25th: Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne
Next Friday Oct 26th Ngaiire will host this month’s Wharf Sessions at Sydney Theatre Company’s Bar at the End of the Wharf. Accompanying her will be Elana Stone, Rosïe, Brian Campeau and Tim Curnick. Check out Weekend Notes’ write up about said gig here.
After the success of her shows at New Caledonia’s Femmes Funk Festival last year Ngaiire has been invited to grace the festival again this October.