CIRCA SURVIVE’S NEW EP ‘A DREAM ABOUT DEATH’ IS OUT TODAY

CIRCA SURVIVE’SNEW EP A DREAM ABOUT DEATH
IS OUT TODAY!

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Late last year, Circa Survive introduced the first in a pairing of releases called A Dream About Love, and today brings its follow-up, A Dream About Death––an all-new EP of boundary-pushing music from the beloved alt-prog/post-hardcore giants. With it enters a whole new era for Circa Survive: one that’s bolder, more avant-garde, and honest than ever.

A Dream About Death is what happens when a band is entering their 17th year together amid global upheaval and personal renaissance. Whether intentional or not, Circa Survive had to become experts on that critical second word of their name.

“We instantly went into scramble mode to figure out how to survive, no pun intended,” says guitarist and backing vocalist Colin Frangicetto, who flew home to Oregon when the pandemic hit and has spent the majority of the pandemic isolated from his bandmates Anthony Green (vocals), Brendan Ekstrom (lead guitar), Nick Beard (bass, backing vocals), and Steve Clifford (drums, percussion).

The band collectively shifted to creating and sharing original content on Patreon. When they returned to making music together, the pace was less rushed and more intentional, allowing for more experimentation and conviction in the band’s first new material since 2017’s The Amulet.

Click below to watch the video for “Electric Moose”

Whether intentional or not, Circa Survive have become experts on that critical second word of their name. “We instantly went into scramble mode to figure out how to survive, no pun intended,” says guitarist and backing vocalist Colin Frangicetto, who flew home to Oregon when the pandemic hit and has spent the majority of the pandemic isolated from his bandmates Anthony Green (vocals), Brendan Ekstrom (lead guitar), Nick Beard (bass, backing vocals), and Steve Clifford (drums, percussion).

The band collectively shifted to creating and sharing original content on Patreon. When they returned to making music together, the pace was less rushed and more intentional, allowing for more experimentation and conviction in the band’s first new material since 2017’s The Amulet.

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