The Australian trippy-rock band Circle will be releasing the LP Another 69 Love Songs later this year.
The first song to be revealed from the forthcoming album – Our Imaginary Past – has the calm intonation of their signature sound, which in this instance has a vaguely yé-yé lilt to the composition while a spread of instrumentation is invited to the sit at the dining table – resulting in song that holds some intrigue as to what is on menu in the full LP.
Agit-psychedelia – you may be thinking there is an oxymoron in itself, allow me to elucidate further… their latest track, which surfaced earlier in the month Thylacine is a revolving composition which folds within itself as the acerbic lyrical content sears through the moral turpitude of societal construct as the backdrop of recorded commentary justifies widespread slaughter of the Tasmanian Devil, in the same vein in which the execution of Badgers, here in England and Wales is served as an idea of probity, whilst the song reflects of how socio-political reflection deems those ‘not worthy’ are the parasitic enemy.
I merely hope it is long before 2019 our paths cross once again.
The English avant-garde duo Vienna Ditto, who first appeared in 2013 released their début LP – Circle on the 12th.
Vienna Ditto – Circle – CD
Containing a few older songs, mixed with new, Circle is a good place to get to know Vienna Ditto, if you haven’t been following their development on the site over the past two years – in an engaging fifty minute release, which is a fine treatment of their progress to date.
From the twelve track album – the fourth – A Happy Car Is A Stolen Car.