Our album is being pressed

In very exciting news, our first album “Set Free” is currently in the process of being manufactured. The very first copy is due to arrive in our hot little hands tomorrow!! Eeeee!!!

Hello album!

Oooooo! The master of our album has arrived! Now you only have to wait until July to get your copy. Exciting!!


First single/video!

We are extremely pleased to announce the release of the first single off our album, Set Free. The video includes footage Penelope shot at a wedding in Switzerland during our European tour, and scenes from our spiritual home in Dunedin. Special thanks to Sam Caldwell and Janice Frei for helping with the colour editing.

We are touring in celebration of this exciting event (Rotorua, Auckland, Hastings, Christchurch and Dunedin). Simply click on your respective town above for tickets.

Many thanks also to secondhandnews for premiering the video and the lovely review.

Without further ado, here it is!

Upcoming tour!

We’re going on tour in February! This is in celebration of the release of our new single “Set Free.” See all the dates below. Not only that, but our album is now due for release in July. Hooray!

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Album & upcoming gigs

It’s a very exciting time in the world of Grawlixes. We have just signed to Home Alone Music¬†and plan to release our debut album in February. Tour dates in January and February to come soon. Hooray!!

In other news, we have two shows this week. The first on Saturday (19.11.16) at Meow in Wellington with Avec Spirale, who have just released their debut album. And another on Sunday (20.11.16) at Moon with Nick Knox and Nicole Andrews.

Here is the Meow gig information for Avec Spirale & Grawlixes on Saturday

Avec Spirale Tour information

Avec Spirale album (for your listening pleaasure)

View facebook information here for the Moon gig on Sunday with Nick Knox and Nicole Andrews  Рyou can buy tickets here from Undertheradar.

Church image for website


Here are some photos of our trip to Iceland. We went there to play as part of the excellent New Zealand band French for Rabbits at the Iceland Airwaves Festival. As a result, we also got to see some amazing International bands, such as Ariel Pink, Beach House, Battles, John Grant and Norwegian newcomer Aurora (to name but a few – see photos below). We also saw some great architecture, statues, graffiti, trees, waterfalls, landscapes and tiny Icelandic horses. There were even rock pools that people throw money into, making the water glisten in an aesthetically appealing way. Our host had an excellent dog called Mafia, who would wake us up most mornings and hang out.¬†The sulphur in the water changed my ring from silver to gold (it has since returned to silver after a week using¬†different water). In other Icelandic events, I cut my bass playing finger so badly, the knife went through my nail.¬†Much to the disappointment of the band and presumably the audience, my cut didn’t cause me to bleed over the stage or the audience during performances. Iceland is a wondrous place. Breathtaking in many ways.