Andrew Keoghan Announces New Zealand Tour Shares New Single ‘Something Going On’

Our favourite Los Angeles-based new romantic, Andrew Keoghan returns to New Zealand for three shows in the homeland. Accompanied by his band, Keoghan announces these dates alongside the release of his new single, ‘Something Going On’ off his critically acclaimed second album Every Orchid Offering

Easily a standout track with its haunting refrain, Keoghan’s latest single is a wry narrative about a long distance relationship, supported by Cure-esk guitar, impeccable bass playing and soft beds of vocal harmonies. It’s as if Paul McCartney and Bryan Ferry each took a break from McCartney II and Flesh and Blood in 1980, to conjure this into existence.

Listen to ‘Something Going On’ below:[soundcloud url=”″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /]

Keoghan will be joined on tour by drummer Alistair Deverick (Neil Finn, Lawrence Arabia) and bassist Cass Basil (Tiny Ruins).

Andrew Keoghan – Something Going On Tour:

April 21 / Christchurch / Blue Smoke
Tickets via UnderTheRadar

April 25 / Melbourne / Northcote Social Club

April 27 / Wellington / Meow
Tickets via UnderTheRadar

April 28 / Auckland / Tuning Fork
Tickets via Ticketmaster

Every Orchid Offering is a series of personal vignettes about transience, sexuality, conceived gender roles, commitment, lust and modern reincarnation, combining a pop sensibility with contemporary R&B, electronic and orchestral elements.

Released in 2016, the album features duets with Hollie Fullbrook (Tiny Ruins) and Chelsea Nikkel (Princess Chelsea), along with contributions from some of Keoghan’s other cohorts from The Ruby SunsThe Phoenix Foundation and Lawrence Arabia.

Critics’ praise for Every Orchid Offering:

‘If anything, it reminds me of David Bowie’s similarly genreless  or the work of Kirin J Callinan, but possessed by an exquisite chamber-pop grace befitting Grizzly Bear or Dirty Projectors’.
‘A forward-thinking, intelligent, left-field pop album’ – The Listener

‘An audacious and fascinating musical kaleidoscope’  That Music Mag

Admirably uncompromising. It will pay large dividends over many listens’ 
– Elsewhere