Today, TEEKS reveals more of “Without You” in a breathtaking music video directed by New Zealand born filmmaker Tom Gould, which premiered yesterday in an international exclusive with iconic outlet, US Vogue. //
I te rā nei, ka whakakitea e TEEKS ētahi atu anga mātuatua o “Without You” i roto i tētahi ataata waiata whakamīharo i whakahaerehia e tētahi kaihanga kiriata i whererei ki Aotearoa a Tom Gould, ā, he mea whakarewahia-ā-taiao ināpō ki tētahi whakaaturanga motuhake ngātahi me te wharehoko ritenga kore nei a US Vogue
On Friday 28 August, TEEKS has announced he will share a four track instalment titled ‘I’, which will include three unreleased songs. Pre-save/pre-order ‘I’ here. //
I te Rāmere 28 o Hereturikōkā, kua puta i a TEEKS te pānui, ka tuarihia e ia ngā waiata e whā o tana kōpae hou kua whakaingoatia ko “I”, ā, tuia ki tērā ko ngā waiata e toru kāore anō kia tukuna. Tāpui tōmua/tono tōmua i konei.
“Without You” is Te Karehana Gardiner-Toi’s first new music since his critically acclaimed 2017 debut, The Grapefruit Skies EP. With his songbook about love and loss, the 25 year-old singer-songwriter was nominated for the 2017 Taite Music Prize, a Silver Scroll songwriting award, and won him the prestigious Best Māori Artist award at the New Zealand Music Awards, along with countless fans at home, Australia and the United Kingdom. //
Ko “Without You” te waiata hou tuatahi a Te Karehana Gardiner-Toi nō tana kōkuhunga rongonui i te tau 2017, arā, The Grapefruit Skies. Nā tana kohinga waiata mō te aroha me te korenga, i tapaia ai te kaiwaiata-kaitito nei, e 25 ōna tau, mō te 2017 Taite Music Prize me te tohu Silver Scroll mō te tito waiata, ā, i whakaihuwaka ia i te wāhanga Kaiwaiata Māori o te tau i ngā Tohu Waiata o Aotearoa, i te taha o āna tini kaiwhakamiha i te kāinga, i Ahitereiria me Peretania anō hoki.
Speaking of TEEKS’ momentous, sold-out headliner show at the Auckland Town Hall, backed by the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, the New Zealand Listener proclaimed his performance had the “emotional punch as, say, Adele’s version of Someone Like You at the Brits in 2011.” //
Nō tātau e kōrero ana mō tana konohete nui taioreore i tū ki Te Hōro Matua o Tāmaki Makaurau, he mea hāpaitia hoki e te rōpū whakatangitangi o te Auckland Philharmonia, i kī te New Zealand Listener mō te āhua o tana tū, i rongohia “te kaha o ngā pūkare-ā-roto pēnei i tā Adele hari i te waiata Someone Like You i ngā tohu waiata o Peretānia i te tau 2011.”