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Silverchair’s ‘Yellow Submarine’ video online

Triple J have posted videos of Silverchair’s live performance of If You Keep Losing Sleep and Yellow Submarine online.

Daniel, Chris and Ben appeared on Triple J last week to perform The Beatles’ song and talk about their new album.

The videos are embedded below, but you can see slightly larger versions at the Triple J website here.

[UPDATE – 1 May 2010: There seems to be some issues with the embedded videos, but don’t worry, you can now download better quality versions right here!

Part 1Interview & You Keep Losing Sleep (41Mb, mp4)
Part 2 Interview & Yellow Submarine (41Mb, mp4)

Source: Triple J]

If You Keep Losing Sleep
(Live on Triple J – 23 April 2010)

Yellow Submarine
(Live on Triple J – 23 April 2010)

April 29, 2010   No Comments

Silverchair cover The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine!

silverchair perfroming live at Triple J studios in Sydney, Australia (23 April 2010)

Earlier today Silverchair performed two live songs on the Triple J Breakfast program.

They also revealed details about the recording of their new – as yet untitled – album.

After a short introduction the band played a trippy 1960’s inspired version of If You Keep Losing Sleep. This was followed by an interview before the band into an energetic version of The Beatles’ classic Yellow Submarine. This is the first time Silverchair have ever covered a Beatles song.

The entire broadcast is available for download below – individually or as a zip file containing all six mp3 files.

Silverchair on Triple J
Like A Version – 23 April 2010

Part 1 – Intro and interview (4.2Mb)
Part 2 – If You Keep Losing Sleep (Live) (3.2Mb)
Part 3 – Applause and Chris (0.82Mb)
Part 4 – Interview (3.2Mb)

Part 5 – Yellow Submarine (Beatles cover, live) (3Mb)
Part 6 – Outro (0.69Mb)

Parts 1-3 (.zip file, 14.9Mb)

April 23, 2010   No Comments

YouTube Tuesday #03

This week’s video is a taste of what to expect at Silverchair’s live shows this year.

Next stop: Young Modern Station…

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11RKsa0C9f0]

June 19, 2007   1 Comment

YouTube Tuesday #02

With much of Newcastle still under water it seemed appropriate to feature a Silverchair song about natural disaster on this week’s edition of YouTube Tuesday.

Faultline was written about the 1989 Newcastle earthquake which killed 13 people and caused extensive damage around the city.

This performance took place on 21 January 2001 in front of over 250,000 people at the Rock In Rio Festival.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhKNnE66a94]

June 12, 2007   No Comments

YouTube Tuesday #1

It’s easy to forget just how young Silverchair were when Frogstomp hit in the States in 1995/96.

While their mates were at school in Newcastle, Ben, Chris and Daniel were supporting the Red Hot Chili Peppers at Madison Square Garden in New York.

This video is a great example of how much the band – and their music – have changed over the past ten years. It also begs the question, will we ever hear these songs live again? I’d say “no”.

So enjoy this rocking performance. It’s the first of a regular series of rare and interesting videos I’ll feature every Tuesday from the YouTube vaults. Don’t forget to check back next week for the next instalment.

Madison Square Garden, New York
9 February 1996
Madman (edited)
Leave Me Out (edited)
Findaway (full version)
Suicidal Dream (edited)

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVcdxOqx2Po]

June 5, 2007   No Comments

Enmore Theatre show online

The fine folks at silverchair.nu have uploaded a live recording of the May 9 Enmore Theatre show in Sydney.

Although it’s one continuous 146Mb file, the audio quality is above average and is well worth the download. Grab it here while you can.

Enmore Theatre, Sydney, AUS
9 May 2007 (106 mins approx)

Set:
Young Modern Station, Low, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Emotion Sickness, Without You, Tuna In The Brine, Luv Your Life, Sleep All Day, Reflections Of A Sound, The Greatest View, Those Thieving Birds/Strange Behaviour, Don’t Wanna Be The One, Insomnia, Straight Lines, The Door, Mind Reader, Freak

Encore:
If You Keep Losing Sleep, The Lever

May 28, 2007   No Comments

Silverchair's 'One Night Stand'

The Australian music channel JTV has posted some beautiful live footage of Silverchair performing Young Modern Station at Cowra’s One Night Stand festival on April 20.

You can check it out along with a couple of band interviews here.

Apparently the full concert will be broadcast on JTV in July. Hopefully they’ll also put it online for the rest of us.

May 26, 2007   No Comments

Silverchair on TV

Aussie fans can look forward to the ‘chair rocking their TV sets this weekend.

The band’s live performance at Cowra’s ‘One Night Stand’ festival will be broadcast on JTV at 11pm AEST on Friday 18th May and at 9am AEST on Saturday the 19th.

It will be followed by a ‘Silverchair Special’ on Rage at 11:05pm on the Saturday. Check out the Rage website here for details.

The rest of us can sit and wait and hope that someone uploads it to YouTube.

May 16, 2007   No Comments

Silverchair on Sunrise

Silverchair performed an acoustic version of Reflections of a Sound live on Aussie breakfast program Sunrise this morning.

Check out the link below for a clip of the song and short interview with the guys. Why was the performance cut halfway through? Only the producers of Sunrise could tell us that. Perhaps if they had told Molly (the guy in the hat) to shut his gob we would have got more music and less of his inane banter…

Silverchair: Reflections Of A Sound + interview

Update: An edited, better quality clip has just been posted featuring the performance (but no interview)

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBAT54U5kpE]

April 3, 2007   2 Comments

Straight Lines on Rove

Silverchair performed a rockin’ version of Straight Lines on Australian television program Rove last night.

Is that Julian Hamilton next to Paul Mac on keyboards?

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3lRihuJURg]

April 1, 2007   No Comments