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Pre-orders for 'Voices' available now!
'Voices' is due for release on January 18th.
Here's 'Heartbeat' from the album as a special teaser. Our tour starts on January 18 in Auckland

‘Heartbeat’ is another song from our album ‘Voices’ which is out next Friday.
Listen and buy here

You can pre-order 'Voices' here. 

Soulful and dreamy, ‘Heartbeat’ is about the sort of time-stopping romance that keeps you believing in the core goodness of life; a love that helps centre perspective on what matters most. 

With lush piano and a very present vocal, the song’s beautifully intertwined harmonies from Fraser and Naomi Browne are complemented by a classically simple arrangement of acoustic guitar, synth, bass and drums. Heartbeat’s intimate lyrics are left to stand out in this arrangement. 

The song was performed by Paper Cranes, with Nic Manders playing acoustic guitar, bass and Juno, and Adam Tobeck on drums. ‘Heartbeat’ was written by Paper Cranes, produced by Nic Manders and mastered by Brian Lucey from Magic Garden Mastering.

Listen and buy here

While Voices draws on our past sound, the new album explores some altogether different territory than The Road Home.

Voices delves into themes of togetherness and relationships, the echoes that pull us together and send us apart. In its darkness and lightness, the album is about doubt and freedom, the changing seasons, the decisions that lead us, the lies we’re told and the search for truth.

We are going on our first large-scale tour since we released our debut album 'The Road Home'. We will be taking a full band for all dates, except the South Island.

Tickets for the Voices Album Tour are now available from Undertheradar (except Wellington (Just The Ticket) and Palmerston North (Globe Theatre)).

We're happy to announce Auckland band Fables will be supporting all North Island shows (except Festival One). West  Auckland  Folk  Band Fables  produce  a  gentle  and  heartfelt  indie-folk  sound  which  could  warm  even  the  coldest  of  hearts.



Jan 18 - Auckland - The Wine Cellar 

Jan 19 - Tauranga - Folk  

Jan 26 - Hamilton - Festival One  

Jan 27 - Hamilton - Festival One  

Feb 1 - Dunedin - Dog With Two Tails 

Feb 2 - Christchurch - Lyttelton Records 

Feb 7 - Wellington – Meow  

Feb 8 - Palmerston North – Globe Theatre 

Feb - 9 Whanganui - Lucky Bar

Feb - 10 Hastings – The Common Room

Praise for Paper Cranes' The Road Home

“The Road Home [has] the air of an album that’s just waiting for everyone to discover it” –Mike Alexander, Sunday Star Times

“[The Road Home] is an excellent debut by the small ensemble” 
Graham Reid,

“The first full length from Paper Cranes, three years after their debut EP, proves well worth the wait, each song deserving a long pondered listen"
Finn McLennan-Elliott, NZ Musician

“The Road Home is a quiet, intricate and carefully layered set of songs”
Gary Steel, Metro Magazine