Waiheke International Soul Orchestra new single ‘OUTOFTIME’

Waiheke International Soul Orchestra new single ‘OUTOFTIME’

Electro-Soul-Percussion collective W.I.S.O. are stoked to announce the release of ‘OUTOFTIME’ their new single/video, just in time for NZ Music Month.

The track is taken from a forthcoming E.P. entitled Round 1, due in all digital and physical formats in June 2018.

After two years of shows around NZ, founding members Lee Catlin & Solomon Cole decided the 9 piece band needed a musical exorcism and a new sound that reflected the current state of play.

The resulting e.p. showcases a revamped collective with 4 brand new standout tracks.

Round 1’s artwork was created by established Waiheke Island artist Daisy Solomon and represents the blood, sweat and tears it took to overcome internal issues, stay positive, and break through the other side to release new music and form a solid foundation forW.I.S.O. going forward.

W.I.S.O. have shared the stage with NZ acts such as Yoko Zuna, Sorceress, Latin Aotearoa, P-Diggs and Sunshine Sound System, headlined nights at The Christchurch Jazz & Blues Festival for The Blue Note Series, Okere Falls Strong Beer Fest andSun Sets Festivals.

They’ve released two prior singles completed by veteran NZ engineer Nick Abbott and the band are based on the lush bohemian setting of Waiheke Island.

‘OUTOFTIME’ is now available from iTunesSpotify and all good digital providers.

 

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