What’s It Like Over There? (Coloured Vinyl)

Circa Waves

SKU: PROINC001VC

Barcode: 5400863005443

19.00 £19.00
  • Genre: Rock And Pop
  • Label: Prolifica
  • Released Date: 2nd April 2019
  • Buying Format:
    1LP Coloured Vinyl Includes Download Code
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Recorded in just one month and renewing their blossoming coproducing relationship with Alan Moulder (Foals, The Killers), ‘What’s It Like Over There?’ is an album that’s creatively unshackled and refuses to stay still. It fuses the visceral thrill of rock music with a slick pop sound, its themes of modern ennui, emotional fragility and all the inside-outs and upside-downs of relationships making it a record that could only have been made now.

Circa Waves are an English indie rock band formed in Liverpool in 2013. The band consists of frontman Kieran Shudall (vocals, guitar), Sam Rourke (bass), Colin Jones (drums) and Joe Falconer (guitarist).

The band released their debut album ‘Young Chasers’ in March 2015 and performed at a number of international festivals including Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds, Splendour in the Grass, Best Kept Secret, Hurricane & Southside, Way Out West, Rock Werchter, SXSW, Lollapalooza, Electric Picnic, Frequency festival, Corona Capital, Melt! and many more.

They released their second album ‘Different Creatures’ in 2017 to critical acclaim, including the singles ‘Wake Up’ and ‘Fire That Burns’ and sold over 20,000 tickets in the UK during their soldout headline tour. They also toured the US extensively in support of Two Door Cinema Club and performed at Summer Sonic Japan, Dour Festival in Belgium, BBK Bilbao and Corona Capital in Mexico.

Available on blue coloured vinyl and standard black vinyl. Vinyl formats include a digital download code.

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Track Listings

What’s It Like Over There?
Sorry I’m Yours
Times Won’t Change Me
Movies
Me, Myself and
Hollywood
The Way We Say
Goodbye
Be Somebody Good
Passport
Motorcade
Saviour

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