Los Angeles-based new romantic Andrew Keoghan returns for a specially curated show at Auckland's Tuning Fork on Friday 28 April, celebrating the release of his critically acclaimed second album Every Orchid Offering.
“If anything, it reminds me of David Bowie’s similarly genreless ? or the work of Kirin J Callinan, but possessed by an exquisite chamber-pop grace befitting Grizzly Bear or Dirty Projectors” – Stereogum
Every Orchid Offering is a series of personal vignettes about transience, sexuality, conceived gender roles, commitment, lust and modern reincarnation, combining a pop sensibility with contemporary R&B, electronic and orchestral elements.
Released mid-2016, the album features duets with Hollie Fullbrook (Tiny Ruins) and Chelsea Nikkel (Princess Chelsea), along with contributions from some of Keoghan's other cohorts from The Ruby Suns, The Phoenix Foundation and Lawrence Arabia.
Keoghan's 2011 debut Arctic Tales Divide was a finalist for the New Zealand Taite Music Prize 2012 and named New Zealand Herald’s “Top Local Album” that year.
Tickets are on sale now from Ticketmaster.