Moonchild travel to Australia in November

After their first Australasian dates in June 2020 were canceled due to the pandemic, the Californian trio will finally bring their fusion of alternative R&B, jazz and neo-soul to Australia.

LA-based neo-soul trio Moonchild today announced dates for Australia and New Zealand for November this year as part of an extensive world tour in support of their latest album star fruit. Their tour of Australia and New Zealand will see them hit Auckland’s Tuning Fork on November 15th, Melbourne’s Night Cat on November 16th and Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory on November 17th.

moon child Tour of Australia and New Zealand

  • 15 November – The Tuning Fork, Auckland
  • November 16 – The Night Cat, Melbourne
  • 17 November – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Check out Melbourne’s most comprehensive gig guide here.

A combination of three multi-instrumentalists – Amber Navran, Andris Mattson and Max Bryk – Moonchild has collaborated with the likes of Kamasi Washington, Stevie Wonder, The Internet and Jill Scott. Their ever-evolving fusion of alternative R&B and neo-soul has been compared to the likes of Tom Misch and Jordan Rakei, and the band received widespread acclaim following the release of their 2019 album little ghost and the resulting NPR Tiny Desk Session, which has racked up over 4 million views.

Moonchild’s latest record star fruit features collaborations from Lalah Hathaway, Rapsody, Tank and The Bangas, Alex Isley, Ill Camille, Mumu Fresh, Chantae Cann and Josh Johnson. In addition to the extensive list of featured artists, Moonchild is experimenting with new synths and sounds. While these textures and tonal palettes are still rooted in their trademarks, they rise star fruit onto new and impressive musical terrain from Moonchild.

Ticket sales start on September 30th. Full tour and ticket information can be found here.

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