Ahead of the release of their upcoming album The Last One and forthcoming tour with TesseracT, Melbourne prog-rockers Circles have released their third and final single ‘Dream Sequence‘, in preparation for their global domination.
The video is certainly one that will get you thinking, but luckily drummer Dave Hunter is on hand to explain the meaning:
“The song follows our singer Ben as he journeys into his own sub conscious and confronts an inevitable world of change. The place we first see him is in his ‘happy place’. In a sea of peaceful white he floats through his life without risk or fear. The world in which the band are performing slowly begins to consume his peaceful world and he must face a new, unknown way of being. This concept follows the story in the lyrics and was derived from life experiences I have had, where I knew certain situations I was in were too good to be true and some unexpected change would present itself at any given time.”
If you’re digging the band’s new tune you can grab your pre-order right here ahead of it’s August 31st release. The Circles lads also hit the road around Australia from September 11th via Live Nation.
TesseracT – Sonder Australian Tour
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11
THE GOV, ADELAIDE
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13
170 RUSSELL, MELBOURNE
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14
METRO THEATRE, SYDNEY
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15
THE TRIFFID, BRISBANE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 16
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