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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The musician is also joining BENEE on her national tour!

Image: Jared Tinetti.

Kenyan-New Zealand artist Muroki is heading down under! Whilst hitting stages across the country supporting New Zealand’s platinum sensation BENEE on her Australian tour, the musician has announced a string of headline shows.

Kicking off at Brisbane's Black Bear Lodge on March 30, the run of shows will continue on to the Sunshine Coast and Melbourne, before wrapping up at The Vanguard in Sydney on April 6. The musician will also visit Hobart, the Gold Coast, Perth and Adelaide on BENEE's tour.

"I’m super excited to be coming to Australia In March and April. This will be my first time playing shows overseas, can’t wait to see y’all there!" the musician shares.

Muroki was the first artist BENEE signed to Olive Records, after the singer caught the attention of the global hitmaker through his self-released debut, Better or Worse. “I was listening to the track every day at one point. I love his voice so muchhhh – it’s so smooth and soulful. Then I met him at 121 Festival in March. Muroki’s such a sweet and genuine guy, just the sort of artist I’d like to work with,” BENEE explains, adding, “Already I’ve loved being able to connect Muroki with people. I playlist his song whenever I can and played it to Elton John when I met him on his radio show. It is great to bring him out on tour in front of my supporters cos I know they’re gonna love this guy, his band and his music.”


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