Coming straight from Tokyo, Japan is Heavenphetamine. Fronted by Hiroki Oda, who has spent the last 10years in charge of the intensely chaotic Thatta, the band is on their first venture outside their homeland. Playing psyched out, punk influenced rock’n’roll be sure to catch them while they’re here.
Check out their latest self-titled single.
Sharing the bill with them is Being., the project of Jasmine Balmer, who has just topped student radio charts down the country with her single “Count Me In” and has stunned many an audience with her guitar driven, fuzzed out surf-pop hooks.
This live video says it all.
Wellington locals Linen are opening the show with the garage psych rock they are loved for.