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Thu, 22 Feb



SW4CA Vol.2 Album Release Concert

Come celebrate the latest album release from The Songwriters4ClimateAction Project

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SW4CA Vol.2 Album Release Concert
SW4CA Vol.2 Album Release Concert

Time & Location

22 Feb 2024, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Auckland, 55 Madden Street, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010, New Zealand


About the event

Come celebrate the release of SW4CA Vol.2 - the 2nd compilation album from our community project featuring over 12 local songwriters from various backgrounds and genres. Holding Space are delighted to share these acoustic songs and are blown away by the talent and different perspectives adding a special voice to this kaupapa. 

Join us at The Flagship, Wynyard Quarter with light refreshments and live music from 6pm.

This venue is home to Sustainable Coastlines - an organisation doing great work in our community. 

Please RSVP to: by Tuesday 20th February. (Limited numbers.)

Digital Release: Monday 19 February. Pre-Save Link HERE

Featured artists - songs.

  1. Britta Hamill - Tides
  2. Mitch Murray - Candid in Creation
  3. Keb Hart - Stay Here
  4. Rupert Laffey - Little lost causes
  5. Manuela - After the Storm
  6. -Loveray- - Thermal Runaway (acoustic)
  7. Shamus Crawford - Leave me somethin
  8. Tony Bullen - Rise Up
  9. Maggie Cocco - Just To Be Alive
  10. Nigel Russel - Stop The Rot
  11. Street Georges - Letter to the one percent
  12. Jean Yern - Hoki mai ano (acoustic)

Recorded by Matt Gunn at Roundhead Studios.

Songwriters 4 Climate Action (SW4CA) is a Project intended to bring together community-based performers through a series of workshops and activities; to help support and inspire them to develop songs, artwork and start conversations that highlight the challenges and hopes for climate action. The collective recorded a compilation album SW4CA Vol.1 in 2022 and perform at local events including festivals, conferences and markets. This project has expanded to promote the collaboration and response of artists to the work of Kaitiaki and other experts active in the Climate Field. Through this process we hope to support dialogue and connection between many communities, create art that moves culture and learn a thing or two along the way.

Special thanks to Waitematā Local Board for supporting this Project.

About us.

Holding Space Aotearoa Charitable Trust is an Arts Organisation with a focus on community projects and audience engagement; events, open mics and workshops. We create opportunities & content for creatives and worthy causes in Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland NZ.

Art work by Jono Annandale.

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