Michael Oliphant and Greg Clarkson are from Late For Breakfast, a hot new group out of Australia, and one of the most innovative and enigmatic bands to burst onto the world scene in 2010. On their debut album, The Art Of Falling, they mix an edgy yet timeless Rock sound with complex and evocative Jazz-influenced themes, spiced with unusual lyrical narratives and often seditious grooves. Equally at home on the concert stage or writing for TV, film and advertising, Greg and Michael will always surprise, delight and groove you.
Michael Oliphant plays keyboards and performs vocals, and is well known on TV for his "The Mike Oliphant Band." He is an in-demand producer and engineer, and hosts the hugely popular podcast "Explore Your Voice Show."
Greg Clarkson plays saxophones and is one of the world's top multi instrumentalists, having played with icons like Wayne Newton, Shirley Bassey, James Morrison, and Don Burrows.
Think Avatar meets Madagascar 2 for this track. Futuristic tribal meeting. Strong tribal drums and percussion, World music influences, Choirs, Soaring Alto Sax solo. A Big and powerful piece of music with strong themes and a dance club vibe at the end. This track takes you on a great journey. Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Magical Music
This track is a celebration of the infectious rhythms and harmonies that portray the openness, beauty and natural grandure of Africa's grass lands. A full choir and accompanying band join together to make a large joyous sound that echos across the land they love. Mixed Vocals, African Music, African Contemporary