Circa Survive Release 'A Dream About Love' EP, Share Visualizer For “Sleep Well”

 Circa Survive have released their brand-new EP, "A Dream About Love", via Rise Records. Alongside the release, the band also share a visualizer for the track “Sleep Well”, featuring time-lapse footage of the EP art being created by longtime collaborator, Esao Andrews.

Produced by Will Yip (Turnstile, Quicksand, Turnover), the single and EP are a sonic departure for the group as they continue to push their own boundaries. Earlier this month, the band shared the EP’s emotive first single, “Imposter Syndrome”. BrooklynVegan wrote: “‘Imposter Syndrome’ starts out in more atmospheric, ethereal territory than we usually hear from this band, before turning into a crashing rock song that sounds like trademark 'Circa Survive'”, calling it “a great mix of the old and the new”.

"A Dream About Love" is the band’s first project since their 2017 album, "The Amulet", which debuted at #16 on the Billboard 200. Substream wrote that with the album, “Circa Survive secure a place in modern rock history”, while Alt Press said that “their great, signature mix of progressive rock and 2000s spacey post-hardcore influence[…]results in interesting, exploratory guitars and colorfully decorated atmospheres”. Across their dynamic catalog of releases, Circa Survive have sold over 785k total consumption albums to date in the U.S., inclusive of 214 million streams.

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