Prior to the 18 February performance at Homegrown, the band premiered their music video for From the Blind Spot online and on music video channels. Retrieved 5 February On 1 May , the band’s second single, Worth Fighting For was released. Views Read Edit View history. The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 11 December
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Retrieved from ” https: The band released a new single titled Home on 9 August, which debuted at number 13 on the NZ singles chart. The song was released on iTunes on 22 Buurn as part of the Songs For the South charity compilation album. This page was last edited on 18 Septemberat On 1 Maythe band’s second single, Worth Fighting For was released.
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In late the band was announced as a headliner for the Homegrown festival, alongside other big-name New Zealand artists ShihadP-Money and The Feelers. Retrieved 20 February Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards. Views Read Edit View history.
Blacklistt ‘Burn’ – Anthony Plant Productions
Prior to the 18 February performance at Homegrown, the band premiered their music video for From the Blind Spot online and on music video channels. Blacklistt is a rock band formed by four of the original members of the New Zealand -based group BlindspottDamian Alexander vocalsMarcus Powell blacklisth, backing vocalsGareth Fleming bass and Karl Vilisini turntables, keyboards, Production.
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Infour original members of the band Blindspott reformed the group with new drummer Hurn Reilly and appeared at the Homegrown Music Festivalbut the band subsequently entered a legal battle with former drummer Shelton Woolright over the use of the name. The New Zealand Herald.
Titled Burnthe track debuted on the NZ singles chart in the number 7 position.