1. For the first time see the liveliness of fashionable representatives of the British indie - a year, without which the music does not manage any party.
2. To hear a new album What's It Like Over There? and swiftly dance under the indie mix with cinematic pop-sounding.
3. Check out your own ears or truly the Circa Waves resemble the sounds of Libertines and Arctic Monkeys.
Circa Waves, a British rock group from Liverpool, will play at the Atlas Club in Kiev. The first performance of the band in Ukraine will take place on November 1 in the framework of Selector Live.
To the fresh release of the liverpools What's It Like Over There? The famous producer Alan Molder, who had previously worked with Foals and The Killers, joined the hand as a result - a fascinating mix of British indies with cinematic pop sounds and 10 unforgettable tracks that they want to spend all summer and in the fall singing vocalist Kiran Shudal.
"Our goal was to create something as powerful and cinematic. To be completely open to experiments is really a cool thing, "says Kiran Shudal.
What's It Like Over There? - the next step forward in the symbiosis of the emotional depth of the texts and the skill of writing music. "Thanks to the penetrating piano party and gentle voice of the vocalist, the Times Will not Change Me is so appetizing that you will want to eat it unwittingly, and the movie track will captivate with its rhythm" - so responded to this album of the media.
The same sound of all albums is not about Circa Waves. From the sunshine indie - the rock of the debut of Young Chasers to the heavier Different Creatures with its drive of guitars and drums, the new album continues the path brilliantly, reinforcing it with electronic elements, making Circa Waves an ideal live-bunch and opening for a huge amount of music lovers around the world.
Selector Live - a series of concerts organized by the British Council in partnership with local music agencies to support the radio show of the new British music The Selector. Through the years of Selector Live, British Sea Power, Young Fathers, Slaves, Ghostpoet, Everything Everything, Max Cooper, Benjamin Clementine and others became British. The Ukrainian-language show is coming out on Radio Aristocrats every Tuesday: