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Check out Circa Waves' new EP, 'What's That Left Over There?'

The release features two new tracks.
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Published: 3:36 pm, August 30, 2019
Check out Circa Waves' new EP, 'What's That Left Over There?'

Circa Waves have released their new EP, ‘What's That Left Over There?’.

Out today (Friday 30th August) via Prolifica Inc / PIAS, it’s a companion piece to their recent third album ‘What’s It Like Over There?’.

The four-tracker features two new songs 'Something More' and 'Hunters', as well as acoustic and piano versions of 'The Way We Say Goodbye' and 'Times Won't Change Me'.

Frontman Kieran Shudall says: "Here are a couple of tunes that we felt a little too laid back to have on the main record but we still adored them and wanted the music to be released into the ether.

“We also reworked 'Times Won't Change Me' into an acoustic wonder and 'The Way We Say Goodbye' into a piano ballad, both of which you can enjoy whilst crying into your cornflakes.”

Check out ‘What's That Left Over There?’ below.

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