Greta O’Leary Announces ‘Treasure Horse’ EP Release Tour

Unveiling just yesterday his first EP treasure horse will launch on Friday, November 18, the Pōneke-based songwriter Greta O’Leary today announced details of a national tour. Playing both solo and with a band (featuring members of Birdfeeder and Octopus in Heels) in Tāmaki Makaurau and around her hometown, O’Leary will be joined on select dates by an ever-productive tunesmith. Finn Johanson and Good night darling — which promises a release announcement by itself this week. Having already amassed over 140,000 views for this year’s first official video ‘Outnumbered’, the traveling artist’s passion for songwriting has been sparked ‘through the folk scenes of Australia and beyond’ . Go see O’Leary on the following dates…

“Treasure Horse is an intimate and diverse exploration of both my music and my life. In true Greta spirit, it’s ridiculous, upbeat, dark and celebratory.”

Greta O’Leary

Saturday 12 November – Wine Cellar, Auckland with Finn Johansson (full show)*
Saturday November 26 – Tiny House Concerts, Raglan (solo show)*
Saturday December 3 – Raumati Social Club, Kāpiti w/ Goodnight My Darling (solo exhibition)

Sunday, December 4 – Vogelmorn Bowling Club, Wellington (full show)*
Friday December 9 – Inch Bar, Dunedin (solo exhibition)

*Tickets available HERE via UTR

Check out the sweeping panoramas from Greta O’Leary’s video for 2022’s single ‘Outnumbered’…

Listen to Greta O’Leary’s new single “Honey babe”…

Press release:

Aotearoa’s latest heartbreaker is going on tour with his band this spring, celebrating his debut EP “Treasure Horse” which will be released everywhere on November 18th.

Greta O’Leary sprinted onto the local music scene this year, singing her little heart across our island and delivering lush, atmospheric singles drip-drop, as the introduction to her long-awaited debut collection ‘Treasure Horse’.

Josh Harris on drums (Birdfeeder), Stephanie Cairns on bass (Birdfeeder) and Rusty Tonz – cellist extraordinaire (Octopus in Heels) join her in her self-taught world of alternative folk. Music to sway, cry and laugh.

Treasure Horse (TH) is as true as sharing is. After observing much of life down to one step, Greta O’Leary has developed an undeniably specific lens on the world in her travels. A precise blend of sharp grief and unwavering optimism, this up-and-coming artist’s groundbreaking offering is quite the journey; hypnotic, relentless and poised in a world apart. An ironic journey through the depths of the self, a dark longing and a celebration of life.