Circe’s Diner release new single ‘Who Dares’!
…folk-inspired melodies alongside the duo’s smooth, honey-sweet vocals… – Gigslutz
An uplifting track about being brave, despite all the sorrows of life that can make us dysfunctional, Who Dares is a truly magical slice of alt-folk. Filled with the intricate harmonies of Buck and Shande flowing perfectly with each other alongside delicate, twinkling melodies, it’s an empowering creation reassuring the listener that there’s still hope for love. Of the song, the duo explain: “Our timing and phrasing is a key part of the sound and is our way of keeping the audience encapsulated in the stories we tell, we have a bond and energy between us that reflects the madness we sometimes feel and takes our audience on a journey.”
With performances at Glastonbury and Boomtown festivals, and support slots with the likes of Let’s Eat Grandma and Oh Pep! already under their belts, Circe’s Diner look set to draw in listeners worldwide with their enchanting harmonies and endearingly honest lyrics that will resonate with anyone who’s had a broken heart.
The duo will be performing live on the following dates:
June 29th – Songwriting Book Launch – Rise, Bristol
July 5th – The Railway Inn, Newnham
July 7th – Wonderfields Festival, Exeter
July 14th – Tales Of Summer – Salt Cafe, Bristol
July 16th – Free Harmony Festival, Bath
July 29th – Somewhere Else Street Food Festival, Cirencester
Aug 3rd – The Green Gathering, Chepstow
Aug 4th – Fieldview Festival, Chippenham
Aug 10th – Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, Bristol
Aug 11th – Boomtown, Flying Lotus Stage, Winchester
Aug 17th – Arctangent, Compton Martin
Aug 19th – Just So Festival, Scholar Green
Aug 20th – Smoked And Uncut Festival, Bath
Aug 25th – Stroud Fringe, Stroud
Aug 25th – Schtumm at The Queens Head, Corsham
Aug 26th – The Big Festival, Stow On The Wold
Aug 26th – Chedworth Farm Shop Campfire Sessions, Cirencester
Aug 27th – The Crows Nest Inn, Swanage
Aug 29th – Dalston Curve Garden, London.