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September 2019

Circa Waves get suited and booted in the video to their latest track, 'Times Won't Change Me'

It's the latest taster of the band's forthcoming third album 'What's It Like Over There?'.
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Published: 11:11 am, February 21, 2019
Circa Waves get suited and booted in the video to their latest track, 'Times Won't Change Me'

Circa Waves have debuted another new track, taken from their forthcoming third album 'What's It Like Over There?'.

Titled 'Times Won't Change Me', its the latest taster for the band's new full-length, which is set to arrive on 5th April.

“There’s a thing with bands being scared of that big epic song, but on your third album, you can afford to be more open. The pop will not hurt you, it’ll set you free!” says frontman Kieran Shudall.

The song - somewhat of a musical departure for Circa Waves - comes alongside a new video, features Kieran using a seemingly magical piano to turn himself into a suited and booted crooner. It's probably how it works for Michael Bublé too.

Circa Waves will be supporting the release of 'What's It Like Over There?' with a run of tour dates this April. You can catch them at:

15 Oxford, O2 Academy
16 Nottingham, Rock City
18 Glasgow, Barrowland
19 Manchester, Victoria Warehouse
20 Sheffield University, Foundry
23 Birmingham, O2 Academy
25 Bristol, O2 Academy
26 London, Roundhouse
27 Newcastle, University

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