19 Jun 2019
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After stomping the NZ rock scene with the infectious Little Pills and Never See The Light singles, and racking up over 410,000 YouTube hits, Devilskin return with their highly anticipated debut album We Rise to be released 11 July 2014 and the band will immediately hit the road with a comprehensive NZ tour, presented by The Rock FM.

Devilskin are a four piece band from Hamilton, New Zealand formed in June 2010 comprising of: the captivating Jennie Skulander on vocals, the red bearded ‘evil twins’ The Nail and Paul Martin on guitars Guitar and young talent Nic Martin on Drums.

The band already have an enviable reputation as one of the hottest and dynamic live shows around and promise to step it up in celebration of the new album and tour. “This album has really exceeded all of our expectations” says Devilskin bassist Paul Martin. “We are all extremely proud of what we have created here, everyone has risen to the challenge and the result is stunning and very empowering. We can’t wait to deliver the new songs and the new show to our audience.”

The bands third single and video from We Rise is the anthemic Start A Revolution, a call to arms that showcases lead vocalist Jennie Skulander’s incredible talents and confronts the disease of apathy and mediocrity in society. Start A Revolution is accompanied by an electrifying video directed by Dimi Nakov.

We Rise was recorded at York St Studios in Auckland and Rockfield Studios in Monmouth UK and shows Devilskin possess a depth and maturity with their songwriting that is simply undeniable. The music is at times visceral, urgent and bombastic but also tempered with tenderness, empathy and love. “We Rise is a roller coaster of emotions and moods, just like life” enthuses Paul Martin “there’s definitely power and there’s definitely passion. The songs are very real, and brutally honest, just like our live show. Jennie, Nic, The Nail and myself are really excited to get on the road with this.”

The We Rise Tour takes the band on the road for 5 weeks, travelling in their own Devilskin tour bus to the following centres:

Thursday 17th July

Paddy Barrys

Blenheim

Friday 18th July

Rattle n Hum

Nelson

Saturday 19th July

Caroline Bay Hall

Timaru

Sunday 20th July

Blue Pub

Methven

Tuesday 22nd July

Opium

Wanaka

Wednesday 23rd July

Loco Cantina

Queenstown

Thursday 24th July

Players Entertainment

Invercargill

Friday 25th July

Refuel

Dunedin

Saturday 26th July

The Bedford @ CPSA

Christchurch

Wednesday 30th July

Cabana

Napier

Thursday 31st July

King St Live

Masterton

Friday 1st August

The Royal

Palmerston North

Saturday 2nd August

James Cabaret

Wellington

Friday 8th August

Hot Lava

Ohakune

Saturday 9th August

The Mayfair

New Plymouth

Friday 15th August

Altitude Bar

Hamilton

Saturday 16th August

Powerstation

Auckland

Friday 22nd August

Woolshed Tavern

Reporoa

Saturday 23rd August

Brewers Bar

Mt Maunganui

The We Rise Tour follows the bands recent appearances at established festivals Westfest and HomeGrown, as well as NZ’s two biggest Tattoo shows and the G-Taranaki guitar festival.

Devilskin deliver one hell of an album and now faithfully promise one hell of a great tour!

Pre-Sale tickets are available onlinenow from Eventfinder. Tickets for the Auckland gig are available at Ticketmaster. Tickets are also available from the venues.

For further information on the visit: www.facebook.com/DevilskinNZ

 

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