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Gotye New Delhi Show Tickets On Sale

Tickets to Gotye’s first-ever show in India are now on sale. And they’re limited in number, so you’d better act fast. UPDATE: Mumbai indie pop artist Your Chin will open for Gotye in Delhi.

14 Jan, 2013

Abhimanyu Meer


As we announced earlier, Belgian-Australian singer-songwriter and avant-garde pop artist Gotye will be in India next month, playing his first ever show in the country at the Blue Frog, Delhi, on February 6. After infiltrating the hearts, minds and ears of indie music fans all over the world (and a lot of single people because of that song), Gotye and his band will now bring their acclaimed production to India, as part of Oz Fest (details here).

We’re just into 2013, and this year is already shaping up to be one of the greatest years for live music in the country, what with Norah Jones, M. Ward, and Gotye, all scheduled to play here in the next couple of months.

Having already won a flurry of accolades last year, Gotye has received nominations at 2013 Grammy Awards for the coveted Record Of The Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for his breakthrough hit ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’, as well as for Best Alternative Music Album for 2012′s Making Mirrors.

Tickets to Gotye’s show in Delhi on February 6 are now on sale, and if you want to make sure to catch Gotye in the flesh, you’d best snap these tickets up quick since they’re limited in number.

Buy tickets to Gotye’s show at the Blue Frog, Delhi, here. Do it. Now.

Also, check out this amazing work of art below, denoting the impending arrival of the new age of pop in India.



UPDATE (15.01): Your Chin, the solo indie pop project of Sky Rabbit frontman Raxit Tewari, will open for Gotye on February 6, at the Blue Frog, Delhi. Tewari had this to communicate,

I’m pretty kicked about the gig. Right now the plan is to get the half hour set to a place where I don’t get bottled by Gotye fans. I hope Delhi likes skiddy lo-fi beats. Or at least a half hour of it. I’ll be playing some new songs alongside some from the EP. A while back, I saw a documentary about Making Mirors. It was hugely interesting. Gotye has a very cool way of taking his tunes live. I’m really looking forward to his gig.

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