Bristol four-piece, Circe‘s Diner offer up dreamy vocal harmonies with tales of love, loss and friendship
With an impressive back catalogue of original material Circe’s Diner have recently released there EP entitled ‘October‘. Recorded in Bristol at J&J studios and produced by Annie Gardiner the band wear their hearts on their sleeves from beginning to end.
The band have a nostalgic folk-pop charm that shines through on their EP. The seven tracks are entirely self-written and self-funded through the bands relentless gigging and innovative kick-starter campaign. Giving voice to their own world of stories and will continue doing so with their uniquely honest songwriting, infectious melodies and dreamy harmonies for a long time to come
Circe’s Diner Members: Rosina Buck – Vocals/Guitar
Bronte Shande – Vocals & Shakey Eggs
Ben Tunnicliffe – Double/Electric Bass
Pete Catada – Drums & Twinkly Things
Circe’s Diner will be playing Whistlers Green Area at BoomTown Fair, that has been completely remodelled and relaunched under the umbrella of renewable energy and sustainability with a whole host of new relaxing spaces, political talks, yoga, meditation, education and three new stages. Featuring a whole host of new stages, cafes, chill-out areas, activities, workshops and education spaces, the area offers a family-friendly haven to soak up sounds, enjoy some rest and relaxation, pass on skills and learn all kinds of new ones!
Friday 6-7pm on the Flying Lotus Stage
Kaptin Barrett, BoomTown’s music programmer, comments on Circe’s Diner
These guys were a recommendation from the festival’s procurement assistant. As soon as I watched a couple of their live videos I knew they’d be perfect for Floating Lotus, it’s heart warming stuff. I’d certainly recommend them to help put you back together again if you partied too hard the night before.
Showcasing singer song writers, emerging and well established folk music talent; Floating Lotus perfectly represents the relaxing vibes of Whistler’s Green, oozing with soul soothing happiness.
At Boomtown Fair, the UK’s most immersive and escapist festival, be transported to what feels like a different time in the Boomtown narrative. BoomTown has a set up of structures, installations and nano-festivals where you can lose yourself over and over again.
The festival has a layout that is crafted round a central storyline that expands with each year. Chapter 8 is due to take place Thursday 11 – Sunday 14 August 2016, at Matterley Estate, nr. Winchester, Hampshire
Every kind of musical genre is celebrated at BoomTown, from ska, folk, gypsy, reggae, world, punk, pirate and disco to electro-swing, jazz, blue-grass, bass, jungle and techno, all enjoyed in a spirit of unity and freedom. A huge amount of great music with 500+ artists performing on 100+ stages
With one of the most diverse line ups of the summer, check out the district and stage breakdowns below
Tickets: Tier Three – £170 (plus Booking Fee)
All 9 districts announced with over 500 artists
Where can you find Circe’s Diner?
With their festival calendar fully booked, including appearances at Boomtown, Glastonbury, Y Not Festival, and Bristol Harbor Festival, you can expect to see them dancing in a field at some point over the summer.
See our previous feature and interview with Circe’s Diner here