Luck/Time album preorders available now!

Available now for pre-order, Luck/Time is the culmination of four years of diligent songwriting and was largely made at Anna’s own studio The Attic (literally her home’s attic).

Thematically the album speaks to many different aspects faced by everyone over the course of our lives – love, loss, hope, despair, and even having a bit of Luck over a lot of Time.

The album is available for pre-order now digitally, along with a number of special edition physical packages.

Click here to pre-order.


Luck/Time album release tour


Anna Coddington today announces the Luck/Time Album Release Tour in support of her new album, her first solo nationwide tour in a number of years.

The Luck/Time Album Release tour will see Anna play four shows across the country, showcasing her stunning new album. Each show will see Anna joined by longtime collaborator Mike Hall (Nightchoir, Pluto), Jol Mulholland (Mulholland), Anji Sami (The Sami Sisters, She’s So Rad) and Chris O’Connor (The Phoenix Foundation), forming one of NZ’s most formidable live acts.

Anna Coddington: Luck/Time Album Release Tour

Friday October 28                 Tuning Fork, Auckland w/ Miloux  Tix here
Saturday October 29
            The Rising Tide, Mount Maunganui  (Free entry)
Friday November 4               The Piano, Christchurch w/ Terrible Sons Tix here
Saturday November 5
          San Fran, Wellington w/ She’s So Rad Tix here

With thanks to Trilogy Skincare & Peter Yealands Wine

Luck/Time Video Playlist


‘Apples’ single and video


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Featuring a wildly infectious bassline anchoring another beautifully vulnerable vocal from Anna, this track continues to showcase the hallmarks of forthcoming album Luck/Time: carefully crafted songs and astute production from one of New Zealand’s most talented vocalists.

Layers of tactful guitar from Anna combine with a call-and-response chorus to create an instant earworm of a track. The track stems entirely from “a bassline and a desire to capture a certain feeling/groove in the music”, and shows another side to Anna Coddington: “slinky and relaxed, and a little bit creepy”.

The single arrives alongside a video again directed by long-time collaborators Aidee Walker and Humans. Starring Anna herself, along with a cameo from her son, and featuring a selection of her own stuff the video serves as a representation of Anna’s music making process – “I just go into the studio, grab whatever is up there, make noise with it, arrange it till it sounds good, and stack up those brightly coloured Pro Tools waveforms”. Colourful, melodramatic and instantly memorable, the video is the perfect accompaniment to ‘Apples’.