Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

Jebediah, you am i, Motor Ace


band members

Michael Cooper - Vocals/Guitar, Tom Ahmed - Bass, David Noordhoff - Drums


Influences

Crowded House, Something For Kate, Elliott Smith


Unearthed artists we like

Jimmy and the Mirrors, Milhouse, The Bellastrades


Bio

Up and coming indie-rock trio Celadore announce the release of their new single, 'Bakery'. "Hook after hook – all within the one song."- Billy Geary, the 59th Sound "Bakery is a brooding bundle of urgent energy." - sludgefactory.com.au In May 2011, Celadore entered Melbourne's Red Door Sounds to record their sophomore EP, solely intent on leaving with a recording that captured them at their very best, as a live band. Released in October 2011 through Popboomerang Records/MGM, 'The Bright And Blue' EP has received widespread critical acclaim. Beat Magazine proclaimed it as "an EP that could easily be a late contender for one of the best local releases of the year", while The Dwarf echoed those remarks calling the EP "one of the year’s most exciting local releases". The EP's first single 'Kinks In Armour' was warmly received by community radio and the music media. With airplay on Triple J, FBI, RRR, PBS, 4ZZZ, Radio Adelaide, Edge FM and SYNfm as well as featuring on Channel V's 'Most Request' show, the release of 'Kinks In Armour' paved the way for Celadore to embark on 2 extensive national tours to round out 2011. 'The Bright And Blue' also marks the first production effort by Chris Cheney (frontman of iconic Australian band The Living End), who's guidance and influence allowed the band to focus on creating the organic, live sounding record they set out to make. “Celadore are a band to watch… Neil Finn meets 'The Bends' era Radiohead meets You Am I. For a relatively young band, they possess a sense of melody and a depth to their songwriting that’s beyond their years. They are really great players who have found their own sound.” - Chris Cheney. Produced by Cheney, engineered by Luke Postill (Children Collide, Red Riders) and mixed by Woody Annison (Children Collide, Red Riders, Screamfeeder), 'The Bright and Blue' is out now through Popboomerang Records/MGM. "Put simply, Celadore are your new favourite band. 'The Bright and Blue' is an excellent release from a band that should now be on everyone’s radar." Billy Geary - The 59th Sound "Celadore have always had talent and known what to do with it, but this could be the making of them. And there should be no complaints about that." Ross Clelland - Drum Media Celadore - Bakery Single Tour 2012 February 18 - Revolver, Melbourne, VIC. Supporting TV Snow (WA) February 22 - Fuse Festival, Adelaide, SA. March 8 - The Phoenix, Canberra, ACT. March 9 - The Gaelic, Sydney, NSW. March 10 - Hotel Great Northern, Byron Bay, NSW. March 15 - NEXT, Melbourne, VIC. March 16 - Brisbane Hotel, Hobart, TAS. March 17 - Elephant & Wheelbarrow, Launceston, TAS. March 23 - Rocket Bar, Adelaide, SA. March 24 - Commercial Hotel, Mt Gambier, SA. March 30 - The Bended Elbow, Ballarat, VIC. April 1 - The Tote, Melbourne, VIC. Supporting Timothy Nelson & The Infidels (WA) April 12 - Cobra Kai, Brisbane, QLD April 13 - Pacific Hotel, Yamba, NSW April 14 - Chino's Bar, Newcastle, NSW April 20 - The Workers Club, Melbourne, VIC

Review

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

31 Jan 2012

Triple J
30

A no frills gritty power-pop tune. It does what it does very well.

A no frills gritty power-pop tune. It does what it does very well.

Review

Reviewed by Steph Hughes Steph Hughes

28 May 2010

Triple J
30

Definitely getting a power-pop-punk influence in these tracks - could be the way theyre recorded but i think this'd go down well indeed with fans of Kisschasy or perhaps there's similar ideals to some of the sonic elements of Motorace, etc. There's no doubt you guys can write a hook.

Definitely getting a power-pop-punk influence in these tracks - could be the way theyre recorded but i think this'd go down well indeed with fans of Kisschasy or perhaps there's similar ideals to some of the sonic elements of Motorace, etc. There's no doubt you guys can write a hook.

Review

Tyger

27 Oct 2011

50

it's based on a simple and repetitive chord progression, though the rock chops are still hugely clear and geez it gets embedded in the brain!

it's based on a simple and repetitive chord progression, though the rock chops are still hugely clear and geez it gets embedded in the brain!