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Streakers

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Streakers are a 3 piece Alt-rock band from Christchurch, New Zealand

Formed in 2016 the band have built a name for themselves locally and around NZ as high-energy live performers. Drawing influences from bands like Queens of the Stone Age, Soundgarden, Kyuss, Smashing Pumpkins, Violent Soho (among many others) they've created their own sound and ran with it.

The band's first single Beta, released in 2019, has been well received with daily rotation on radio stations throughout New Zealand and Australia. With Beta being the most successful song of the year on RDU 95.8 out of 800+ playlist adds. This led to the single being cut to 7" vinyl and put in the RDU vault.

Streakers began working with I Am Giant's Paul Matthews, their second single Saturated (released October 2019) was mixed/mastered by Paul. It's currently enjoying daily rotation on commercial and student radio in New Zealand and Australia.

Band Members:
Morgan Haigh (guitar, vocals)
Dione Piquette (drums, vocals)
Sam Taylor (bass)

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