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In June 2016, Cape Town had its first glimpse of the alt-rock trio, Caelo. Influenced by rock legends Biffy Clyro, Royal Blood and Muse, Caelo soared from obscurity to local popularity within weeks of their debut performance.
Just over a year later, the group released their debut EP, Visions, in early September 2017.
Music, according to the band, is a means of self-actualising. Song-writing is not just an expressive exercise, but a way of engaging, of asking tough questions. Visions is a consolidation of the band’s early months of hard work, and the trio looks forward to new prospects for the future.
Now, in early 2018 the band work feverishly on their second EP. The trio are currently on a hiatus from the live stage as Joel recovers from a serious motorcycle accident. Luckily, he will make a full recovery and will begin rehearsals at the soonest moment.
The live show is the crux of their act. According to Texx and the City, “Their live performance instantly outstrips expectation.” while labelling them an “undeniably talented outfit”. According to All Punked Up, Caelo is “definitely worth some headbanging”, and “Give a young South African alternative rock band a chance to show you who they are, and you may be pleasantly surprised.”


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