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Goodnight My Darling & Greta O'Leary Perform

Two very talented Wellington singer songwriters take to the stage at Old St Paul's for a special evening of texture, warmth and feeling.


Old St Paul's

34 Mulgrave Street
Wellington 6011

+64 4 473 6722

A culmination of dreamy vocals and experiential sound, Goodnight My Darling is the vision and project of up-and-coming musician Maxine Macauley.

With elements of shoegaze and folk, Macauley says her ever-evolving vibe is a poetic expression of her life and the places around her. Her songs take you on a cinematic journey, while her vocals lull you into a quiet sense of peace and appreication.

Goodnight My Darling started as an electronic project when Macauley released her self-produced EP, Levitate. She then joined forces with Kim Andrews, Mitch Kirk and Toby Lloyd, and together they helped her created a self-titled nine-track album. 

Spook-folk sweetheart Greta O'Leary's lifelong love of music was ignited through the folk scene of Australia and beyond, a contrast to her childhood home of bourbon, blues and rock and roll. 

O'Leary's debut single 'Outnumbered' was released in early 2022 and charted on a number of Aotearoa's independent radio stations. With the release of her EP Treasure Horse that same year, O'Leary took the collection on a seven-date national tour. At times crushingly fragile, then surging and frenzied, Treasure Horse is "an insanely atmospheric and wonderfully crafted debut." (Ratworld Magazine)

O'Leary was recently the recipient of APRA's Aotearoa Artist Mentoring programme and is currently working with Tom Healy (Tiny Ruins, Marlon Williams) on her newest collection, out 2024.

Join these stunning performers and their bands for a very memorable night in one of Wellington's most beautiful buildings.