Ingrid and the Ministers Album Release Tour w/ Namesake + Revulva
Iconic Wellington indie-rockers Ingrid and the Ministers are hitting the road for the first time this March to celebrate the release of their debut album "Kill the Sights".
Renowned for their electrifying stage-presence, the four-piece FROCK'n'roll* outfit weaves heart-aching intimacy, 60s tinged psychedelia and full on rock'n'roll across a set of original songs written by front-woman Ingrid Saker.
*FROCK’n’roll - (n): the unique blending of folk sensitivity and rock’n’roll music to create a mind-expanding journey through the mysterious, raw, orgasmic, and ultimately uplifting landscapes of love, loss and redemption. (Influences include Patti Smith, Courtney Barnett, Angel Olsen and The Velvet Underground.)
An audience member remarked: "I don’t normally say this after a gig, but that really made me feel something, so thank you.”
Another audience member (about to faint): "That just made me question my whole life!!!!!"
The Ministers are delighted to be joined by Namesake and Revulva for their Pōneke show.
Full tour dates:
Fri 6 March: Lucky Bar WHANGANUI (w/ Requin)
Sat 7 March: Regent 58 Brewery CARTERTON (w/ The Price of Milk)
Sat 14 March: Wunderbar LYTTELTON (w/ Model Home)
Sat 21 March: Wine Cellar AUCKLAND (w/ Louisa Nicklin)
Fri 27 March: Meow WELLINGTON (w/ Namesake and Revulva)