Album artwork for Friend Ship by The Phoenix Foundation

The Phoenix Foundation release their new album “Friend Ship” on 16 October 2020 via Memphis Industries. The New Zealand outfit have lived many lives, from high school distortion addicts to indie folk trippers to masters of motorik dream pop. It’s been five years since their last album, “Give Up Your Dreams”, but that downtime has been well spent. Writing, recording, touring with a Symphony Orchestra and creating the acclaimed soundtrack for Taika Waititi's “Hunt For The Wilderpeople”.

And much like the band is able to happily glide between numerous genres, they too have brought in a number of different styles and voices in the form of guest contributions. Nadia Reid, Hollie Fullbrook (Tiny Ruins), Dave Dobbyn, Anita Clark (Motte) and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra all feature.

The Phoenix Foundation

Friend Ship

Memphis Industries
Album artwork for Friend Ship by The Phoenix Foundation
CD

$14.99

Released 11/06/2020Catalog Number

CD-MI-0637

Album artwork for Friend Ship by The Phoenix Foundation
LP +

$28.99

Pink Vinyl + 7" Bundle

Pink
Includes download code
Released 10/23/2020Catalog Number

LP-MI-0637X

The Phoenix Foundation

Friend Ship

Memphis Industries
Album artwork for Friend Ship by The Phoenix Foundation
CD

$14.99

Released 11/06/2020Catalog Number

CD-MI-0637

Album artwork for Friend Ship by The Phoenix Foundation
LP +

$28.99

Pink Vinyl + 7" Bundle

Pink
Includes download code
Released 10/23/2020Catalog Number

LP-MI-0637X

The Phoenix Foundation release their new album “Friend Ship” on 16 October 2020 via Memphis Industries. The New Zealand outfit have lived many lives, from high school distortion addicts to indie folk trippers to masters of motorik dream pop. It’s been five years since their last album, “Give Up Your Dreams”, but that downtime has been well spent. Writing, recording, touring with a Symphony Orchestra and creating the acclaimed soundtrack for Taika Waititi's “Hunt For The Wilderpeople”.

And much like the band is able to happily glide between numerous genres, they too have brought in a number of different styles and voices in the form of guest contributions. Nadia Reid, Hollie Fullbrook (Tiny Ruins), Dave Dobbyn, Anita Clark (Motte) and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra all feature.