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Somewhere between 2001-2004, I was laying in bed one night, flipping through TV stations, when I came across rage (Australia's late night music show) who were playing a music video for a rather nice sounding song.

In it, the band (who were comprised of about 3-4 people) were playing in a rather Gary Numan-esque scene (dark, spacey scene with glowing florescent lights around). On the drumkit, amps and possibly other equipment, they had what I assumed was the band logo -- a (possibly rainbow coloured and upside down) triangle. The group played a rather slow synth-heavy song and whenever they hit a particularly long note, one of the triangles would slowly emerge from the bass drum or the amp and fly towards the screen, eventually fading out when it took up the whole screen.

I do recall seeing a singer, so I believe there were lyrics, although I don't remember them.

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  • Only thing I remember about Rage is that Muse hosted it for a night and the trio simply could not get through a segment without bursting into laughter... – DJ Aftershock Sep 28 '15 at 18:55
  • Should we be thinking Australian bands? Or any English-speaking pop band? – Everett Steed Mar 23 '16 at 8:57
  • @EverettSteed I'd assume any English speaking pop band, as Rage played music from all over the world. and only focused on Australian music (at the time) during special episodes or when the guest programmer (who picked the playlist for the night) picked such songs. – Grayda Mar 23 '16 at 20:24
  • The upside down rainbow triangle is a gay pride symbol in the US, and I assume in many other parts of the world. You might search either for a band using that as their logo, or for a band that could have an interest in gay pride --for instance the Scissor Sisters, who are the correct era. – Chris Sunami Apr 11 '18 at 17:38
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    I've nominated this for reopening. Although it's not a great deal of detail, we do have general musical style, time and place heard, and a distinctive visual detail from the music video, so I think it's enough to specify a unique answer. – Chris Sunami Apr 11 '18 at 17:46