The Power Dropped Out At Ceres' Brisbane Show So The Crowd Just Sang A Capella Instead

27 May 2019 | 12:21 pm | Jessica Dale

"One of those happy accidents."

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Ceres are currently touring the country in celebration of their latest album We Are A Team and fans in Brisbane got an extra special moment during their set on Saturday night. 

The band took to Twitter to share that they were performing I Feel Fine, I Feel Sick (from 2014's I Don't Want To Be Anywhere But Here) when the power on-stage at The Zoo in Brisbane cut out, only to be saved by the crowd who continued singing along. 

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Speaking with The Music today, frontman Tom Lanyon describes the event as "one of those happy accidents."

"Power went out only on the stage, so there was lighting still. We were halfway through I Feel Fine, I Feel Sick and it went down," he shares. 

"We kind of looked around at each other wondering what we could do, then realised the crowd had continued singing. I stood at the front of the stage and sung along with them. 

"We all finished the song together, laughed and high fived, power came back on and we played the song from the start. One of those happy accidents."

Right now it seems that those in attendance are the lucky few who will get to experience the singalong with no recordings yet to appear online. 

Ceres have two shows left on the We Are A Team 2019 Tour, head to theGuide for all the info and read our recent interview with Lanyon here.