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Sunken Seas

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Formed from the smouldering remnants of post punk band Tiddabadés, Sunken Seas have undergone an incredible shift in style.

Where the former band were more the headiness of the dance-punk era, Sunken Seas have brought the sometimes underlying broodiness to the forefront with this new venture. It's more cold, more industrial, it's almost the antithesis of what Tiddabadés became noted for.

Still in their infancy, the trio have shared bills alongside the likes of Die! Die! Die! (NZ), Wooden Shjips (US) and legendary punk poet John Cooper Clarke (UK).

They have scored two number one's on the 95bFM Top Ten – the first with debut single High Rise, the second most recent one Paid Your Price. The band released their third single, Leaves through theaudience.co.nz as a free download on May 31st.

The band are set to release their debut album, Null Hour, through MUZAI Records in NZ and Tenzenmen in Australia.

Band Members:
Luke Kavanagh (guitar, backing vocals)
Ryan Harte (vocals, bass)
David Provan (guitar)
Jordan Puryer (drums)

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  • Wellington


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