Silverchair was a mid-nineties platinum-selling teen-alternative trio from Australia that looked like a younger Nirvana and sounded like a prepubescent Pearl Jam. The band's first single, the menacing, angsty "Tomorrow," shot to the Modern Rock Top Ten in the midst of grunge-mania in 1995, thrusting the fifteen-year-old band members into the discombobulating world of rock stardom with little safety net. By the early 2000s Silverchair had morphed into a more mature experimental pop-rock band employing the eccentric arrangements of Van Dyke Parks.

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