The Cyrcles are delighted to confirm that their first appearance on stage this year, will be at the forthcoming ‘Macclesfield In May’ music festival.
Taking place over the May Bank Holiday – Friday 30th April to Sunday May 2nd – the ‘Macclesfield In May’ is being staged in the town’s imposing Christ Church, and will be supporting the new East Cheshire Christie Cancer Centre, scheduled to open this Autumn.
The line-up for the weekend is impressive, to say the least, including Peter Hook & The Light and John Bramwell (aka Johnny Dangerously) from iconic early noughties Indie darlings, I Am Kloot.
From Salford with Love, The Cyrcles – who are still busy working (socially distanced, of course) on their debut album, ‘Melodies Calling’ – will be taking to the main stage on Sunday 2nd May, supporting 90’s Scouse Brit-Pop stars Space (remember The Female of The Species???) and The Lottery Winners.
Despite the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, The Cyrcles’ next single – ‘Caroline’s Leaving / The Best Way To Travel’ – is nearing release and will be able to download and stream on all the usual platforms, including iTunes and Spotify.
All-day tickets for the Macclesfield in May Music Festival are priced £30 per day, and will shortly be available to buy online, please check our twitter/facebook/intsagram pages for updates.
Massively pleased to announce the release of our next single off our forthcoming album, Melodies Calling. ‘Caroline’s Leaving’ follows the success of our well-received debut ‘It’s All Gonna Work Out Fine’ – described by international music magazine ‘Shindig’ as “the sort of song you’ll hear once and like. Hear it twice and you’ll be humming it for a month.” Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we as yet have no official release date to bring you, but it will available to download or stream across all of the major music sites this summer!
Click below to hear a section of ‘Caroline’s Leaving’ played live at our most recent gig at the Night & Day, Manchester on March 13th 2020.
Due the ongoing situation regarding COVID-19, The Cyrcles gig tonight at the Fiddler’s Elbow in Camden, has been postponed. We are awaiting a new date to bring you, as well as announcements of further London gigs in the very near future. Stay safe… From Salford, with Love!
In the meantime, here is some beautiful artwork we created for the gig
Following hot on the heels of our success in reaching the national music press, we were thrilled to hear that our debut single ‘It’s All Gonna Work Out Fine’ had been played by international on-line radio station Rock Radio’s Saturday morning pop-psych show, ‘Imaginarium of Wonderful Weirdness’. DJ Roger Nicholls evidently ‘loved it’, calling it “a beautiful job” and “very mid-60’s Hollies in sound”.
The show is being repeated this Thursday 9th April at 1pm. To listen, visit www.rock-radio.co.uk and click on the Pop Out Player app. Enjoy!
Today was a milestone for The Cyrcles, with our first-ever review in the national press. Well-respected music monthly Shindig is a regular read for every member of the band, and April 2020’s edition – out now – sees The Cyrcles rub shoulders with genuine legends like The Hollies, The Beau Brummels, Cat Stevens and the late, great Neil Innes. Below is a little snippet of it, plucked from our scrap book and a link if you want to subscribe to Shindig
The Cyrcles played Manchester’s iconic ‘Night & Day’ venue last night and, despite the current uncertainty around the Coronavirus, it was a healthy turnout and our half-hour set featured our debut single ‘It’s All Gonna Work Out Fine’, our forthcoming single ‘Caroline’s Leaving’ and a cover of The Hollies classic, ‘Carrie-Anne’ A big thanks to everything who came to see us. Our next Manchester gig is on April 18th, as part of the ‘Made in Manchester’ pre-festival project. In the meantime, click on the videos below to hear snippets of us performing ‘Caroline’s Leaving’ and Carrie-Anne’, as well as a track from our forthcoming album called ‘When The Loving Begins’. Enjoy!