On his 50th birthday, Wellington artist Bryce Galloway decided it was high time to have a mid-life crisis.
He got his first tattoo, and then posted a "bandmates wanted" flyer, with a view to attempting to start a gig with a new band every month of his 50th year.
He had some form. You may remember Bryce from his musical installation project Wendyhouse a few years back.
So what happened? Did he manage to achieve 12 bands in 12 months? Bryce Galloway shares band-tales about The New Zealand Government, Death Math, The Lies and Crying In Cars with potential fan Simon Morris.
Four songs, played twice by Bryce Galloway opens at Toi Pōneke in Wellington on July 26.