Here’s Australian band Celadore with the title track of their Distance Is A Gun EP:
Celadore – “Distance Is A Gun” (2010)
Apparently, the band like playing in forests. I have a (possibly impertinent) question for them: When you’re playing in forests, where does the electricity come from?
Whilst looking for links to the band, I came across an article in Beat Magazine that seemed to me to have an oddly worded introductory paragraph:
“It can be a long road to success in the music industry, but for Melbourne based indie-pop group, Celadore, a lack of drive won’t stop them. Nor will a lack of talent.”
Maybe it’s just me, but I think the article’s author is implying Celadore has no drive or talent.
By the way, here’s the band pestering a Beatles song: