Motocade

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Motocade
Origin Auckland, New Zealand
Genres Rock
Years active 2003-
Members Eden Mulholland
Scott Sutherland
Geordie McCallum
Will Mulholland

Motocade are a New Zealand Rock band formed in Auckland in 2003 by Eden Mulholland (singer/guitarist), Scott Sutherland (bass), Geordie McCallum (guitar/keyboards) and Will Mulholland (drums). In 2007 the music video for the single "My Friends" received high rotation on the New Zealand music channel C4 and Juice TV.[1] In early 2008 the music video for the single "Soap Opera" was in rotation on C4.[2] Motocade's song Octopus was featured in a Home and Away episode where Myles finds out about Roman's Afghanistan secret. Their song Oldest Trick In The Book has also been used in a Home and Away episode.

In March 2007 the EP "Into the Fall" reached number 9 on the IMNZ Album Chart.[3]

In mid-2010, the band released the song "Holy Moly", which received frequent airplay on ZM.

Debut album[edit]

Tightrope Highway is Motocade's debut studio album which was released on 20 April 2009. It was recorded at Roundhouse Studios and The Lab.

The group has not released any material since late 2010.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Golden Light
  2. Flying Saucer
  3. Kissed In Time
  4. Commandeering
  5. She got deaf
  6. My Friends
  7. Tightrope Highway
  8. Oldest Trick In The Book
  9. Comeback Kid
  10. Octopus
  11. Jekyll And Hyde

Personnel[edit]

  • Eden Mulholland- Guitar/Vocals
  • Geordie McCallum- Guitar
  • Scott Sutherland- Bass
  • Will Mulholland- Drums/Vocals

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Date Title
2009 Tightrope Highway

Extended plays[edit]

Date Title Label
2005 Motocade Independent
2007 Into the Fall Independent

Singles[edit]

Year Title NZ chart peak
[4]
Album
2009 "Oldest Trick in the Book" Tightrope Highway
2010 "Holy Moly" 40
"—" denotes release that did not chart.

References[edit]

  1. ^ NZMusic
  2. ^ Radioscope C4 Charts
  3. ^ IMNZ Album Chart
  4. ^ "Discography Motocade". Hung Medien. charts.org.nz. Retrieved 14 September 2010. 

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