Ever-dapper co-founder of The Phoenix Basis, Luke Buda gave RNZ listeners a distinctive sneak preview of his forthcoming Buda Plays Buda tour, enjoying a are living session very last weekend with bandmate and frequent collaborator Anita Clark (Motte). Chatting candidly with host Charlotte Ryan and accomplishing an intimate, stripped-back again range of tunes from his third solo album (and a lot more) Buda and Clark seem lush and sleek as they unfurl ‘Don’t Imagine In Bed’, ‘I’m A Bit Out Of Shape’, ‘Candy’ and ‘Special Surprise’ in the RNZ Wellington studio — with the cherry on best being a dream-pop just take on Roxette’s 1987 strike ‘It Need to Have Been Love’.
The 2022 Taite New music Prize finalist’s extended-awaited nationwide tour with Clark commences this Thursday 7th July at Te Whanganui-a-Tara’s Vogelmorn Corridor, concluding in Oamaru on Sunday. Protected your place, grab yourself some swish Buda merch and listen up to RNZ Live: Luke Buda above on their web site Here.
Luke Buda with Anita Clark
Thursday 7th July – Vogelmorn Hall, Wellington w/ Ebony Lamb
Friday 8th July – Wine Cellar, Auckland w/ Kraus [late show sold out / early show tickets available]
Saturday 9th July – Lyttleton Espresso Business, Christchurch w/ Junus Orca & Fast Fantasy [sold out]
Sunday 10th July – Grainstore Gallery, Oamaru
Tickets readily available Here through UTR