The week in pictures

In boyband crossovers, New Zealand wine label Yealands sponsored an event by Kiwi ex-pat networking organisation Kea at New Zealand House in London on Tuesday (27 November).

But this was’t your average networking event. also in attendance were the members of Six60, taking a break from the UK leg of their world tour.

Eli Paewai, Chris Mac, Ji Fraser and Marlon Gerbes, spent time meeting the crowd and enjoyed a taste of home supplied by Yealands’ single vineyard Sauvignon Blanc and single vineyard Pinot Noir.

Six60 formed about 11 years ago, and have had chart-topping success since their debut album featuring triple platinum-selling single Don’t Forget Your Roots. They released their third album ahead of the tour on 7 November, featuring the wonderfully bluesy-pop style single Ghosts. Tonight, the band is heading to Dublin to play at The Academy, before heading back to London to play at the Roundhouse on Sunday.

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