Mi-Sex hit the road later this year to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the group’s timeless hit single and Countdown | TV Week Awards Song of the Year (1979), the strangely prophetic, ‘Compu-pu-pu-pu-pu-pu-pu-pu-pu-pu-pu… Computer Games’.
Party like it’s 1979 when Mi-Sex bring their mammoth live show and unique blend of rock meets new wave, meets punk meets disco, to a pub near you. Playing the debut LP, Graffiti Crimes, from start to finish, prepare yourself for a show that revives the soundtrack of our generation; featuring the hit singles ‘But You Don’t Care’, ‘People’, ‘Blue Day’ and ‘Castaway’, alongside a cacophony of timeless classics and a few newbies, just for fun.
Featuring founding members Murray Burns on keys and Don Martin on bass, with Steve Balbi (Electric Hippies, Noiseworks) out front, James Van Cooper on guitar and Jordan McDonald on drums, join us in celebrating the legacy of New Zealand’s favourite sons and 1980s icons, Mi-Sex.
And yes, we’re on our way back across the ditch sometime too, New Zealand, so watch this space race!