Mel Parsons

Kerikeri Kerikeri
Fri 18 Nov

Venue

43 Cobham Road, Kerikeri

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$50.00

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Running Time: 2 hours
Interval: Yes, 20 minutes

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43 Cobham Road, Kerikeri

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Award-winning indie-folk artist Mel Parsons will perform a special concert at the Turner Centre as part of her 11-date national tour in support of new album Slow Burn (out September).

Says Parsons: “It’s been a long couple of years for everyone so we’re absolutely fizzing to finally be getting back on stage with the band, sharing music with audiences again. It is very rare live performance for myself in the Far North, and I can’t wait”.

The new album was written at Parsons’ home in Lyttelton, and features the already released moody and nostalgic single ‘Carry On’; the dark and intense track ‘Already Gone’; and most recently, the  mellow and meandering single ‘Slow Burn’.

The album is one of grit and grace - with Parsons’ dusky vocals consuming the eleven new tracks, which are produced at LOHO in Otautahi by multi-instrumentalist Josh Logan, with Jed Parsons and Aaron Stewart also playing on the record.