Jan 30, 2023
8th February - Manchester - YES
9th February - Sheffield - The Factory
10th February - Newcastle - Bobiks
11th February - Glasgow - The Poetry Club
13th February - Leeds - Oporto
14th February - Birmingham - The Sunflower Lounge
15th February - London - The Lexington
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Episode #1 with James Smith
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I HEARD THE PREACHER SPEAK AT CROOKED CREEK I HEARD THE COYOTE HOWL FROM DEEP IN MY BOWELS I HEARD THE TREES SLOW DANCE IN THE NEON WILD AIN’T IT CRAZY HOW I STILL FEEL LIKE A CHILD I HEARD THE SOUND OF A NEW WORLD BEING BORN THRASHIN’ AND A’ CRASHIN’ INTO FORM I HEARD LOVE IN THE DISTANCE CALLING MY NAME ASSURING ME THAT EVERYTHING IS THE SAME I TOOK A RIDE ON A RAINDROP AND WHAT DO YA KNOW I CAME ACROSS SADNESS SITTING ALONE I SAID WHAT’S THE MATTER SADNESS, WHY ARE YOU SO SAD? SADNESS REPLIED, THAT’S JUST HOW I AM AND THERE WAS LAUGHTER AFTER THE CAROUSEL COMPLETING THE CIRCLE, FAR AS I COULD TELL AND YOU CAN SEE WHERE YOU’RE GOING WITHOUT DOING THE MATH IF YOU’RE STEPPING IN SHIT, YOU’RE PROBABLY ON THE PATH YEAH I KNOW GOD SHE’S A FRIEND OF MINE COMES OVER FOR BEERS ALL OF THE TIME SAYS THE ONLY THING CERTAIN IS THEY’LL DRAW THE CURTAIN AND TIE A LITTLE BOW AROUND YOUR LOVIN’ AND HURTIN’ I HEARD THE SOUND OF A NEW WORLD BEING BORN THRASHIN’ AND A’ CRASHIN’ INTO FORM I HEARD LOVE IN THE DISTANCE CALLING MY NAME ASSURING ME THAT EVERYTHING IS THE SAME
Jan 14, 2023
Never Going Under is the encapsulation of a continued upward trajectory for Circa Waves over the last decade. Becoming one of Britain's most influential and adored guitar bands across five genre-defining albums.
"Let their garage-rock guitars and the song’s enthralling crescendo give you a sense of catharsis (and even make you dance)."
- Alternative Press
"Bright-eyed early noughties guitars are behind the wheel on this one, trailing an atmospheric hum of feedback and dancing rhythms [...] either grab the nearest box of tissues or strap on your dancing shoes; ['In the distance, where nothing matters'] is a ferocious groover with an unrepentant sense of enmity."
- So Young Magazine
"'Top 10 Movie Scenes' finds the band slowing down for a more expansive effort, crafting a widescreen offering traced with fuzzy indie rock textures [...] The track’s soaring climax feels perfect for a coming-of-age movie, capturing an emotive high in brilliant instrumental color.
- Under the Radar