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Circle Of Reason Release Lyric Video For 'Tie Up They Sky'



Spilling out with a circus of colossal metal-edged guitar riffs and melodic vocals, Circle Of Reason transmit news of their long-awaited return with their 'Tie Up The Sky' lyric video release. Featured on their 7 track EP 'Faith Or Theory' - the track follows on from the band's previous video singles 'Never Enough', 'Questions' and 'Colours'.


Since their formation in 2011, the South West England (UK) quartet have paved their own way as a formidable DIY and independently releasing outfit. Moulding a myriad of influences from hard-rock, progressive metal and alternative rock genres into their own unique product, Circle Of Reason instantly caught the attention of national media with the launch of their debut EP 'A Favour For A Stranger' (2012). Continuing to build upon their rapidly growing reputation within and outside the parameters of the United Kingdom, their sophomore EP release 'These Hands And This Mind' (2014) was equally championed again by the likes of Kerrang! TV, Scuzz TV, Powerplay Magazine along with many online media outlets around the world.


https://youtu.be/36GckiMhotI





Having embarked on numerous British tours over their tenure so far - their highly praised live performances have lifted the stoic 4 piece from the smallest of circuit venues to opening stages for many acts including Neck Deep, Feed The Rhino, InMe, The Marmozets, Kerbdog, Fearless Vampire Killers, Arcane Roots, Mallory Knox to name just a few. Circle Of Reason are also no strangers to trawling from coast to coast to appear at some of the UK most leading festivals including Kerrang! Radio Summer Festival, Takedown, Weyfest, Gosport Fest etc.


'Faith Or Theory' EP available via digital download/streaming stores


Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/gb/album/faith-or-theory/1104156711


Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5VcW4HLFBCwbcBFZb8IAc2


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