Witness the magically odd world of Aldous Harding this August.

The New Zealand gothic folk artist has announced a series of intimate shows, performing at Supersense: Festival of the Ecstatic at Arts Centre Melbourne on Friday 23 and the SOLD OUT Sunday 25 August, before taking in Sydney’s Metro Theatre on Monday 26 August.

Aldous Harding’s recently released third album DESIGNER is her most critically acclaimed to date.  

In February, she offered fans their first taste of Designer’s specific brand of surreal with the release of lead single ‘The Barrel’. The intriguing video cemented why Harding has developed such an intense following in recent years, and hinted at what she’s likely to share with audiences on her Australian tour.

An enigmatic and unforgettable performer known for picking apart the trappings of the folk singer-songwriter, Harding uses the stage to bring her intimate songs to life in new ways.

Joining Harding at her Metro Theatre show is prolific Melbourne-via-New Zealand singer-songwriter, Sarah Mary Chadwick. With masterful new album The Queen Who Stole The Sky just released, Chadwick will be raring to deliver her arresting live show to Sydney music lovers.