Accompanying the announcement of her first national headline tour since 2013, Ngaiire drops her highly anticipated sophomore album Blastoma. Set to release June 10th via her own label Maximillion Brown, Blastoma looks to reveal more of Ngaiire’s backstory. Titled ‘I Can’t Hear God Anymore’ is an exploration of heartache and despair, in contrast to other tracks on the forthcoming album ‘Once’ and ‘Diggin’ that convey a message of survival.

Joining Ngaiire on the tour are Melbourne producer LANKS as well as co-collaborator, and a member of Blastoma’s production team, Jack Grace. LANKS has just come off his own headline tour supporting his new single ‘Golden Age’. Other contributors on the upcoming album include long-time collaborator Paul Mac, and a new collaborator in Megan Washington.

Ngaiire has proved to be an exciting prodigy with a bright future, already having sold out her own shows and supported major acts including John Legend, Alicia Keys, and Sufjan Stevens, with tickets for upcoming shows with Leon Bridges in July selling out fast.


Friday 17th June
Fat Controller, Adelaide

Saturday 18th June
Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth

Friday 24th June
Karova Lounge, Ballarat

Saturday 25th June
Northcote Social Club, Melbourne

Friday 1st July
Sol Bar, Maroochydore

Saturday 2nd July
The Foundry, Brisbane

Friday 8th July
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Saturday 9th July
Transit Bar, Canberra