New Zealand group The Feelers are set to debut new album Hope Nature Forgives in Queenstown.

Music fans who have taken cheap flights to Queenstown can see The Feelers perform next month at the Revolver Bar.

The group will take the stage on Wednesday August 3rd and will play tracks from their new album Hope Nature Forgives, which is released just two days before the concert.

Formed in 1993, The Feelers burst on to the mainstream scene with debut record Supersystem and have garnered legions of fans in New Zealand and beyond with their brand of rock.

Two of the three members of the original line-up remain in the shape of James Reid on vocals and guitar, and Hamish Gee on drums.

They have been joined by Andy Lynch and Matt Short on guitar and bass respectively since 2008.

While attendees will hope to hear new material, there will also be plenty of affection for crowd favourites such as Right Here Right Now.

Admission costs NZ$40 (£21.20) in advance or NZ$45 on the door.

Written by Nicholas Scott

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