Christopher Coleman Collective – New Single

Read about the new single from the Christopher Coleman Collective

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Christopher Coleman, Nashville TN

Born from luck, fortune, serendipity and whatever else it is that the music gods preside over, comes “Just Like A Needle”, the new single from Christopher Coleman and his Collective.

Recorded in a barn in the south of Sweden, where Coleman was mixing the Collective’s debut album, the four-verse, no-chorus track meanders through Coleman’s complex thoughts and emotions, playing out like a stream of consciousness; a dream state.

Having impressed with the strength of their self-titled debut back in 2014 (see my review), “Just Like A Needle” proves that the Christopher Coleman Collective are no flash in the pan.  The charismatic young Tasmanian born singer-songwriter’s voice is compelling, and the evocative song stays with you long after the final note.  I’ve seen Christopher perform a couple of times – once at a small regional Victoria venue and the other at the famous Bluebird Cafe in Nashville (see above photo) – and highly impressive he was.

Here’s a clip for “Just Like A Needle”

Christopher Coleman Collective is heading out for a short run of shows to promote the single.   They’ll be in Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart.  I suggest you don’t miss.  Details below.  Pre-sale tickets on sale now via the Christopher Coleman Collective website.

June 27          Gut Artspace, CAMPERDOWN NSW   w/ CuzN

                           115 Salisbury Rd, Camperdown

                           8pm start. Tix $15 pre / $20 door

July 24           Republic Bar, HOBART TAS    w/ The Beautiful Chains

                           299 Elizabeth St, Hobart

                           10pm start. Tix $12 pre / $15 door

August 1     Northcote Social Club, MELBOURNE VIC w/ Broads, The Beautiful Chains

       301 High St, Northcote

       9pm start. Tix $10 pre / $15 door

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Read about the new single from the Christopher Coleman Collective

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