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.
Hot on the heels of our brilliant news a few months back that we have been signed up to iconic Manchester record label Rabid, we are getting busy in the studio on our ep.
The aim is it will be a classic 4 track ep that will showcase the bread and diversity of our sound.
The planning for the ep started back in December when we went into the studio for the first time. We got the drum tracks for our 4 songs down over a weekend then took a well deserved rest over Xmas before beginning to lay over the other sounds.
We are hopeful that we are on track for a getting the final mixes down in May so its ready to support our summer tour.
The tracks are sounding great, we are experimenting with a lot of new sounds and techniques that is only adding to our overall sound and we are hugely, hugely proud that all the effort we have put in is really paying off.
The other massively interesting thing is that the recording process has brought us into contact with a huge range of other artists all of whom leave a certain signature on the way they play our music.
Its been a real trip so far and we can’t wait for it to be released.
Great news. We are hugely pleased to announce we have been signed up to a record label. Rabid Records, an iconic Manchester label from the classic era of music has been re born and re imagined.
The Cyrcles are hugely proud to be one of the first acts to be signed by the label.
The vision for Rabid Records is to put together a stable of artists who all have very distinctive sounds but a common theme in that they represent Manchester and the North West, something that was very close to the heart of Rabid in its original form.
Commenting on the signing Jon Breward, lead singer of The Cyrcles said “Signing to such an iconic Manchester label like Rabid is a dream come true for us. Th original Rabid was very much focused on punk, the reimagined label takes a lot of those punk sensibilities that made it so admired and uses them for the modern age”
“Our aim now is to press ahead with a our planned debut ep, and throw our full support behind Rabids plans for a tour in the spring summer of 2018.
You can read a bit more about the history of Rabid here