Cheshire Grimm

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Cheshire Grimm was formed in mid-2012, with their first gig at the Down the Rabbit Hole event that year. They subsequently played and toured frequently in New Zealand and also in Australia. Their first single 'Sinn' charted to number 3 on wildcard and number 13 on Australia's Triple J Unearthed. They went on to release the singles 'Poppy' and 'Rot', before releasing their self titled debut E.P. in February 2015. Their video for Rot received over 3000 views in the first 12 hours of release (via and has been played on television. The bands second EP, Rain or Shine, was released in March 2017.

Founding member Kat Waswo left the band in late 2018, leaving the band as a two-piece. On 15 March 2019, the duo supported Australian band Regurgitator at Whammy Bar, Auckland. Soon after they changed their name to Empress.


Cheshire Grimm EP cover art


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Published Articles[edit]

  • Who's Next; North Island Tour segment, Rip it Up, vol 363, July 2014, p17 [1]
  • Rock trio Cheshire Grimm celebrate EP release, Waikato Times, 10 February 2015 [2]
  • Fresh Talent: Cheshire Grimm, New Zealand Musician Magazine, April/May 2017 [3]
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