A band who has been kicking up the dust around their home town of Lowell, Massachusetts, The Sircus have carved out a sensational path through the alt-rock scene so far, leaving a string of bold and brilliant singles and albums in their wake. A band who are constantly pushing boundaries and looking for the next explosive sound, they’ve been championing the release of their latest and arguably greatest album, the chaotically charged epic, ‘The White House’.
Released today, the new album is The Sircus at their most raw and honest, capturing an invigorating alt-rock sound that can cut any listener to the quick. Musically, it’s fourteen tracks of boisterous and brilliant sounds that you won’t want to miss.
Opening with ‘Problems’, the band deliver a stream of post-grunge guitar that captures your attention perfectly, laying down a foundation for some old-school, rustic rock anthemics. From there, the band unleashed a maelstrom of tempered drums and semi-spoken vocals, concocting a blues-infused sound that Jack White and The Black Keys would be proud of. Moving forward, the band don’t let up, pushing their sound to the limit with winding, dusty melodies on ‘A Million Problems’ and ‘Captain Charlie’, along with more rambunctious sounds on highlights like ‘Fell Into’ and ‘Parking Tickets’.
Elsewhere, classic slices of Americana flare, delivering pockets of nostalgic charm and sharp melodies in ‘Real Deal’, while also proving they can write a keen, acoustic sound in more emotive cuts like ‘Say You Ever Loved Me’ and ‘A Million Dollars’. It’s a timeless adventure, and one that The Sircus absolutely revel in, using their time to deliver neat musical passages and cutting lyrics that shine with hard-fought wisdom.
Completely self-recorded and self-produced by the band, ‘The White House’ is an album filled with charm and textured sounds, offering a brilliant glimpse into The Sircus’ world. You can stream the new album above, and don’t forget to check out the band’s other releases on Spotify below.
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