Since forming in 2012, Ceres’ infectious anthemic songs combined with endless enthusiasm and unmistakably Australian likability has resulted in the Melbourne quartet becoming much loved by critics and punters alike.

These charming Melbournians are thrilled to release their sophomore album, Drag It Down On You out on September 2. “I honestly couldn’t even begin to dream up a better bunch of people to be working with, than Cooking Vinyl Australia. Having Stu Harvey and Leigh Gruppetta, and the rest of their team in our corner, is all still a bit of a trip. Wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.” says Tom Lanyon on the signing.

Pre-order Drag It Down On You on iTunes or Artist First and receive Happy In Your Head as an instant download.

Tom Lanyon explains “Happy In Your Head is about finally realising you aren’t in someone’s life anymore. You’re just a memory in their head, and for some sick, sad reason – you are happy enough with that. That that’ll do. It’s the best you’ve got.”

To celebrate the release of single Happy In Your Head, Ceres are throwing a single launch party at The Workers Club in Fitzroy on Friday 1st July. Get in quick as tickets are very limited.


Very limited tickets – $10 including booking fee

Supported by Max Quinn’s Onomatopenis and Jess Locke

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