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NZ's Tablefox are 'Coming Home' with their compelling new single

20 February 2020 - 0 Comments

NZ Alt-Rock act Tablefox are set to release the second single from their forthcoming third album. The band have had a successful few years playing with the likes of The Charlatans, James, City Calm Down, Big Country, The Feelers and Stellar*. With previous singles having achieved significant airplay across major NZ and International rock stations the band are now working on a very special new album for 2020. Coming Home is released on March 6th and is one of their most captivating singles to date.

Vocalist Clinton Bell had this to say on the new single: "Coming Home is about two people from different worlds emotionally, spiritually and politically who end up in a casual fling. Their lives are polarized, but that seems to draw them in more as attraction overtakes the reality of their circumstances.

Tablefox will be performing a special release show at Auckland's Wine Cellar in support of Coming Home and keep a lookout for the new album in late 2020.

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