Melbourne based three-piece Celadore recently entered Red Door Sounds with the sole intention of leaving with a recording that captured them at their very best, as a live band.
"Kinks In Armour", the first taste of the fruits of this labour, is a brooding pop-rocker with style, swagger and more hooks than your average bait shop. Comparisons made by producer Chris Cheney (of iconic Australian band The Living End) to timeless groups such as Crowded House and You Am I are evident, and give credence to the band's desire to be more than a flash in the pan. Following on from 2010's EP "Distance Is A Gun", the unveiling of "Kinks In Armour" is another bold step for Celadore, a strong indication of who they are and where they're headed.
“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
released August 1, 2011
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