Circa Waves to curate festival in hometown
The four-piece indie rock band are setting out to change things for the better in their hometown…
In a world where small independent venues are being forced to close their doors, making it more and more difficult for budding new bands to be discovered, Circa Waves have decided to take action on championing new talent, by curating their very own Circa Fest in Liverpool. A clear sign of the demand for discovering new and exciting bands, the festival sold-out within 24 hours of tickets being made available direct to fans for pre-sale.
Alongside a sold-out Circa Fest, Circa Waves treat fans to the release of their new single Sad Happy – this is set to be the first track from the ‘Sad’ side of their album.
Sad Happy is formed of two diametrically distinctive sides, released individually as ‘Sad’ and ‘Happy’, the latter of which was released earlier in the year. Both sides of the album will be available together on vinyl from March 13.
Circa Fest will take place on April 4, hosted across Liverpool University, Zanzibar and Jimmy’s, with acts like Red Rum Club, Spinn, Pizzagirl, Haarm, Children Of The State, Abby Meysenburg, and Circa Waves will perform throughout the day into the early hours.
Speaking on the venture, Circa waves frontman said: “I wanted to showcase all of these amazing and talented upcoming acts Liverpool has to offer.”
Sad Happy will be available on vinyl from March 13. Click here to pre-order.