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| 27 September 2012 | Reply

YORK, Penn. – Alt-rock band Sinclarity will embark on their first overseas tour this October, as the band heads Down Under for a series of shows.

The Pennsylvania/Virginia foursome will spend 10 days in New Zealand, the homebase for its label DO IT Records.  Sinclarity will support label-mates Everclear on two sold-out Auckland shows.

“As a young band, it’s amazing to have the opportunity to travel internationally and get to play such an amazing country like New Zealand, but it’s going to be a little more special knowing that we are meeting up with our friends in Everclear so far from home,” said Matt Holmes. “We are really looking forward to gaining new friends and fans.” Sinclarity and Everclear teamed up earlier this year for a short US tour.

“New Zealand music fans love rock, from edgy alternative to mainstream rock,” said DO IT Label Director Paul Marshall.  “I feel Sinclarity brings a new version of rock to these listeners here in New Zealand. It’s familiar in sound but different enough to be new and exciting, and this is the winning combination.”

Sinclarity’s first release for DO IT will be a four-song EP this fall. The label’s distribution spans the world but the label specializes in the Australasian markets.  Over the past several years it has had several successful releases with notable acts such as Bone Thugs N Harmony and Bryan Rice.

Wednesday, October 17 – Juice Bar, Auckland  (w/Everclear)

Thursday, October 18 – Studio, Auckland (w/Everclear)

Friday, October 19 – The Backyard, Auckland

Wednesday, October 24 – The Globe, Auckland

Thursday, October 25 – Dogs Bollix, Auckland

Friday, October 26 – Black Salt, Auckland

Saturday, October, 27 – Juice Bar, Auckland

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