Liverpool’s Circa Waves have confirmed a string of UK shows ahead of releasing their newest and third album titled What’s It Like Over There?
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The indie rock band have released two new singles this year – ‘Movies’ a snappy and upbeat tune combined with the melodic sound of electronic drums and also ‘Be Somebody Good’. As frontman Kieran Shudall has voiced, the latter song previews and sets out the shift in the album; a more vivid and cinematic sound is to be expected.
The new yet familiar sound Kieran described as “unusual yet exciting” was influenced by the likes of Drake and Arctic Monkeys, particularly in the chorus of the unreleased song ‘Me, Myself and Hollywood’. Support for this spring tour comes from fellow scousers The Night Cafe and scottish boys Vistas.
Tickets for the 2019 tour can be found available here, and the tour dates are available below.
15 – O2 Academy, Oxford
16 – Nottingham, Rock City
18 – Glasgow, Barrowlands
19 – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
20 – Foundry, Sheffield
23 – O2 Institute, Birmingham
25 – O2 Academy, Bristol
26 – London, Roundhouse
27 – University, Newcastle Upon Tyne
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