Having stormed into 2014 with the release of their video single Themes Amongst Thieves, Southampton’s alternative rock force announce live dates for their forthcoming, Whatever’s Clever Tour.
With further UK tours and festival appearances still to be announced for this summer, Circle Of Reason will be bringing their rock show to northern England and Scotland this March. Frequently compared to musical giants such as Queens Of The Stone Age, Biffy Clyro, The Smashing Pumpkins, Coheed and Cambria and Deftones, Circle Of Reason’s prog-tinged hard rock riffs, intricate song dynamics and melodic vocals are gaining the band loyal followers world-wide. Building upon their reputation as one of Britain’s most exciting emerging new rock acts, Circle Of Reason have garnered early support from the likes of Kerrang! TV, Scuzz TV, Power Play & Big Cheese Magazine. With numerous UK Festivals and tours already under their belt, the South West UK quartet have previously earned their place on stage supporting the likes of InMe, Feed The Rhino, Landscapes, Neck Deep and many more.
You can catch Circle Of Reason live on the following dates:
Mon March 17 – Mink Rocks, Middlesbrough
Tues March 18 – South Sea Live, Sheffield
Thurs March 20 – Grand Central, Manchester
Fri March 21 – The Black Bull, Castleford
Sat March 22 – Vintage Rock Bar, Doncaster
Sun March 23 – The Towler, Bury
Wed March 26 – Bannerman’s, Edinburgh
Fri March 28 – Monty’s Bar, Dunfermline
Sat March 29 – The Box, Glasgow
Southampton alternative rock band, Circle Of Reason, have recently released a video for their latest single, Themes Amongst Thieves.
The band released Themes Amongst Thieves at the beginning of this week. The track is taken from the band’s recent EP release, These Hands & This Mind. The single marks their first record release since joining forces with independent label Ambicon Records.
Hailing from South-West England, and forming the current lineup in 2011, Circle Of Reason’s prog-tinged alternative rock draws them frequent comparsions to the likes of Smashing Pumpkins, Biffy Clyro and QOTSA.
With UK tours already announced this year, fans can catch them live at a series of dates in January with Sheffield’s metal-core outfit, Inherit The Stars:
Sun 19 Jan – Kraak Gallery, Manchester
Tues 21 Jan – Three Tuns, Gateshead
Thurs 23 Jan – O’Reilly’s, Hull
Fri 24 Jan – Lounge 41, Workington
Sat 25 Jan – Woolpack Live, Doncaster
Southampton alternative rock outfit Circle Of Reason announce the release of their latest single Annie May as a completely free download. Annie May is a romantic, dreaming song full of pleasant laid back melodies and soothing vocals. It’s a really soft track perfect for lazy days. It has elements of Incubus in there so fans of Incubus may enjoy Circle Of Reason’s new, softer sound.
The track is taken from their forthcoming EP release Yesterday Already which is a special collection of songs that showcases the bands lighter and melodic side. Offering something a little different for fans with this Christmas time release, 2014 shall see the South West UK quartet return with their usual hard hitting alternative rock tracks and further UK tours.
Circle of Reason
Forming in 2011, Circle Of Reason draw upon a wide range of influences from the likes of Smashing Pumpkins, Deftones and QOTSA yet retaining their own unique and diverse twist of alternative hard rock, Circle of Reason are recognised for their hard hitting riffs, soaring choruses, intricate song arrangements and the versitility in their songcraft and musicianship. Pulling listeners into a journey from beautifully melancholic to the depths of stomping hard rock, the band appeal to a wide audience of music fans. Making waves since the debut release of their A Favour For A Stranger EP last year and 2013’s successful follow up EP These Hands & This Mind, Circle of Reason have earned the early approval of Kerrang TV, Scuzz. Lava & Big Cheese Magazine along with the continued support from online rock/metal press and radio in the UK and beyond.
Their extensive gigging schedule across Britain has seen them support the likes of InMe, Attention Theives, Feed The Rhino, Marmozets, UB40, Neck Deep etc and perform at some of the UK’s leading festivals including Kerrang Radio Summer Festival, Gosport, Freshfields and Weyfest.
You can download Annie May for free here.
Yesterday Already EP will be available to download on 23 December 2013.
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