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Circa Waves have debuted a brand new track, 'Move to San Francisco'

Taken from the 'Happy' side of their forthcoming album 'Sad Happy', it comes alongside a self-shot video.
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Published: 10:50 am, January 08, 2020
Circa Waves have debuted a brand new track, 'Move to San Francisco'

Circa Waves have debuted a brand new track, 'Move to San Francisco'.

Taken from the 'Happy' side of their forthcoming album 'Sad Happy', it comes alongside a self-shot video, which you can check out below.

Discussing the track, frontman Kieran Shudall explains: “Inspired by the Beatles favourite instrument the Mellotron San Francisco was written in a quick burst. it’s about escapism, pessimism and Bruce Springsteen. In the spirit of DIY we decided to film the video ourselves and let joe edit the shit out of it. We walked to the highest point in San Fran, went to the lowest dive bars and even filmed a picture of the Golden Gate Bridge. What the video lacks in camera prowess it makes up for in idiotic charm.”

The 'Happy' side of the band's new album - which presents in two distinct sections - will arrive on streaming platforms this Friday, 10th January. The 'Sad' portion will then join it when the physical release drops on 13th March.

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