Artist info

Genre

Pop


band members

Michael Panton, Liam O'Leary, Sam Stansall, Pepita Emmerichs, Jesse Munnings, Christopher Windley, Melody Pool, The Choir of High Hopes, Jed Appleton, Olivia Hally, Lore Burns, Jonathon Coleman, Sam Forsyth, Al Future, Rob Mason, Hannah Foley, Benjamin James Caldwell, Nathaniel Richardson, Carlos Pashev, Jack Woodley, Alister Roach, Ali Probin, Susannah Coleman-Brown, Seth Henderson, John Coleman, Chris Lawson, Hugh Foley and Lachlan Court.


Bio

One album and a couple of national and international tours in 2014. New single 'Just Like A Needle' released in June 2015.

Unearthed in 2012

Christopher Coleman Collective

Congratulations to our 2012 Falls Festival winners!

Hayden Calnin and Christopher Coleman Collective will join Beach House, Best Coast, Boy & Bear, SBTRKT, The Flaming Lips, and many more at Falls Festival 2012.

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Review

Reviewed by Al Newstead Al Newstead

02 Oct 2012

Triple J
30

There's an interesting mix of elements going on here, folk shamble and narrative, bluesy guitar wails, big band stomp undertones. I can't quite put my ear on it - but that's probably a very good thing.

There's an interesting mix of elements going on here, folk shamble and narrative, bluesy guitar wails, big band stomp undertones. I can't quite put my ear on it - but that's probably a very good thing.

Review

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

01 Feb 2013

Triple J
40

'Sweet, Sweet Melody' is a fitting name for this song because it is in fact filled with sweet, sweet melodies. A great take on indie folk.

'Sweet, Sweet Melody' is a fitting name for this song because it is in fact filled with sweet, sweet melodies. A great take on indie folk.

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Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby ...

03 Sep 2012

Triple J
40

An evocative and often whimsical narrative, this is a sprawling gem of a tune. I can picture this as a yarn spun solo in a sparesely populated pub but the electric twang and the backing harmonies ensure a full sound that works nicely.

An evocative and often whimsical narrative, this is a sprawling gem of a tune. I can picture this as a yarn spun solo in a sparesely populated pub but the electric twang and the backing harmonies ensure a full sound that works nicely.