Circa Waves

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a year ago, Circa waves frontman Keiran Shuddall decided to ‘knuckle down’ and make his rock star dreams happen. And we’re sure glad he did.

‘I told myself that I either had to get a real job or give music a proper go and try to make it a success’ Shudall explains. After teaming up with bassist Sam Rourke, drummer Dian Plummer and guitarist Joe Falconer, we suspect he won’t need a real job any time soon.

The result was Circa Waves, garage rock at it’s British best. Their newest single ‘Stuck in My Teeth’ has just been released and has been stuck in our heads since we heard it.

And lookee here, Circa Waves just happen to be playing Monday the 24th February at the Sebright Arms.