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“MANIAC ON MUTE” WAS WRITTEN BY LAUREN CHRISTY (AVRIL LAVIGNE, SHAKIRA, KORN, DUA LIPA, DAVID BOWIE) AND PRODUCED BY ERIK RON (STAIND, GODSMACK, PANIC! AT THE DISCO)
MULTICULTURAL MODERN ROCK BAND CIRCLE THE EARTH TO RELEASE DEBUT SINGLE MANIAC ON MUTE

Circle The Earth Enter the Mediabase Top 40 Activator Chart at #65* with their Current Single, “Dead – Remix”

Band to Perform at an Exclusive Industry Showcase at  SIR Studios in Los Angeles on Wednesday, February 21, 2024 at 6:30 pm

 

Los Angeles, CA- February, 2024– Circle The Earth is a multicultural band that creates modern rock sounds, offering cutting-edge new-wave beats that evoke energy and emotion. Their new single, “Maniac on Mute,” will be available on February 21, 2024.

Formed by Mike McBay (bass guitar) in 2018, Circle the Earth rounded out their lineup by adding: Kazuki Tokaji from Japan, who lights up the stage on guitar; Sandro Feliciano from Brazil on drums, Sandy Chao from Taiwan on keyboard and Khadia (vocals). Mike and Khadia are from America. Together, the group offers powerful melodic songs that deliver hard, groove-filled licks that showcase memorable lyrics.

Mike McBay’s story is one of grit and determination. A trained medical doctor, he lost his license after succumbing to drug addiction. His parents, who were steeped in academia, shaped his early years. His parents were science department chairs at Atlanta University (now Clark Atlanta University), a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in Georgia. Mike’s youth was marked by his parents’ demands to succeed and Mike’s dreams of making music. His life led to addiction, which he overcame 13 years ago. “Music was my escape while fighting racism in school and my parents’ academic demands,” says Mike.

Circle the Earth’s new single, “Maniac on Mute,” will be released via Symphonic Distribution on February 21, 2024. The single was written by acclaimed songwriter Lauren Christy and produced by Erik Ron. The new track and forthcoming album were recorded at Grey Area Studios in Los Angeles, CA, in December 2023.

“Maniac on Mute” is about refusing to let your past trauma accompany you into your future. “Who you are now is not who you used to be. The deal to silence yourself is an effort to bury the past,” says Ms. Christy.

The group’s forthright attitude on stage and off is about ethnic inclusion, cultural understanding, international cooperation, personal integrity, and spiritual awareness. “Music brings people together. It offers me hope on a daily basis. The group represents life as positive and uplifting as I continue on my journey to stay healthy,” says Mike.

Circle The Earth’s new song, “Maniac on Mute,” will help heal your trauma through Kazuki Tokaji’s wicked guitar skills and Khadia’s dynamic vocals. Mike Mcbay holds down a steady groove on bass alongside Sandro Feliciano’s banging drums and Sandy Chao’s innovative keys,” adds Lauren Christy.

Circle The Earth’s second single will be released in March 2024, and their full EP will be released in June 2024.

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For more information or to RSVP for the Showcase at SIR Studios, please contact:

Lulu Cohen at Lulu Cohen Media 

lulucohenmedia4ever@gmail.com

917.318.2161

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Circle The Earth Live at the Peppermint Club

Circle The Earth is an energetic pop-rock musical project. Its music conveys a message of cultural inclusion, ethnic diversity, religious tolerance, women’s rights, and equality of opportunity, all based on a premise of underlying spirituality, hope, and optimism.

Michael McBay heads the band, which is managed by Johnny Miller, CEO of TruPitch Entertainment.

“I have been putting together and financing original music projects for 30 years in the Los Angeles area, and Circle The Earth is a natural evolution of that long-time endeavor,” says McBay.

 

What are some of the biggest challenges you face in managing the band, and how do you overcome them?

Scheduling and booking a group of super-talented, very busy professional musicians is definitely among the biggest challenges of managing Circle The Earth. Generating the finances necessary to maintain and effectively promote a project of this caliber is extremely challenging as well.

 

What sets this band apart from other rock bands and what kind of audience do they appeal to?

The cultural diversity and the overall look of the band definitely sets it apart. Having a Black female lead vocalist who sings rock, raps, and performs so strongly is also quite unique. Because of these factors, the band has broad international appeal.

What advice would you give to someone who is looking to book your band for an event, and what should they keep in mind when working with a band manager?

We are completely reliable, easygoing, professional, and very fun to work with– please be the same!

What is your message to our Heart Of Hollywood Magazine readers?

All true religions and spiritual paths lead back to the same loving God and not one soul will be lost.

How can people book the band for concerts, festivals, or other events?

Contact Mike McBay

PH: 213-915-2274

E-mail: doctormcm@gmail.com

or Johnny Miller

PH: 310-435-7195

E-mail: johnny@trupitch.com

Sean Healy presents circle the earth Aug 17
Sean Healy Presents: Circle the Earth LIVE at The Next Wave Show

Date: Thursday, August 17, 2023 Time: 8:00 PM (Doors open at 7:00 PM) Venue: The Peppermint Club, 8713 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048

Tickets: $25.00 Ages: 21+

Gather your friends and secure your spot for a night of incredible music and electrifying performances! Join us as Sean Healy Presents “Circle the Earth” LIVE at The Next Wave Show, happening at The Peppermint Club in Los Angeles.

This is your chance to be part of an immersive experience that will leave you breathless. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable event!

Purchase your tickets now: https://www.ticketweb.com/event/circle-the-earth-live-at-the-peppermint-club-tickets/13246658

Tag your friends who can’t miss this extraordinary night! Let’s circle the Earth together and create memories that will last a lifetime.

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Hey Goodbye Ep Review

Female-fronted rock band Circle The Earth recently released their debut EP Hey Goodbye. The band is fronted by Khadia, a former background singer for Imagine Dragons, American Idol, and the American Music Awards, who has also performed with artists such as Prince. Rounding out the band is the talent of Michael McBay (founding member/bassist), Sandro Feliciano (drummer), Sandy Chao Wang (keyboardist/music director), and Kazuki Tokaji (guitarist/songwriter). Blending a variety of genres such as rock, pop, soul, and hip-hop, Hey Goodbye is dynamic and uplifting. For fans of The Aces and Willow, Circle The Earth breathes new life into the rock scene.

Hey Goodbye is energetic and full, giving the effect of a live show. From Khadia’s outstanding vocal belts to thunderous guitar and drums, Circle The Earth commands attention with each fiery anthem. “Sweetest Pain,” one of the EP’s singles, carries quick, booming drums and bold vocal harmonies. Tokaji’s melodic guitar solo gorgeously complements the song’s powerful rock style. These heavier tracks feel expansive, large enough to dominate any venue.

Pop and hip-hop elements shine through in tracks like “Dead.” Gritty guitar stands out against rap verses and bright, pop inspired background vocals. Khadia’s striking voice effortlessly shifts from forceful rock to earthy soul. “Pick Your Poison” features similar stylistic elements. With synthy beats and a catchy chorus punctuated by heavy guitar, this track is a sweeping fusion of pop and modern rock.

By featuring a lineup of members from across the U.S., Taiwan, Brazil, and Japan, all who bring an extensive range of professional experience, Circle The Earth joins a unique array of genres. The band strives to produce positive music with messages of unity and inclusion. Monumental and harmonizing, Hey Goodbye is an explosive, vibrant EP.

Stream Hey Goodbye EP:

Source: InAlternative blog

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Exclusive Interview: Circle The Earth Spill All The Details On Their Debut EP And Their Musical Mission

Circle The Earth have come out swinging with their debut EP, Hey Goodbye. It’s a release that’s packed with rocking tunes, pride, and growth. The EP celebrates the diversity of the human existence. It may sound like something that would be hard to wrap up in one EP, but that is simply who Circle The Earth are, and they have executed it perfectly.

Circle The Earth have delivered a mature body of work that reflects each member’s personality, drive, and years of dedication to their craft. We know if you’re like us, you’ll want to dive into the Circle The Earth universe and get to know them better, so if you’re asking, “Who is Circle The Earth?” Well, we’ve got you covered!

Meet The Band

Lead singer Khadia is a pro vocalist who has worked with artists such as Imagine Dragons, Janelle Monae, and Prince. That’s right, the Prince. Her vocal quality floored us on the first listen. Her tone and ability to perform with power and nuanced vocals are on a level that very few performers manage to achieve. She is joined by founding member Michael McBay, who is laying down some major bass on the record.

They’re also rounded out by Brazilian drummer Sandro Feliciano. Plus, Kazuki Tokaji is an incredible songwriter and guitarist hailing from Japan as well as Taiwanese keyboardist Sandy Chao Wang. Each of these incredibly skilled artists has come together to make magic in the form of Circle The Earth. We think they’re onto a winning format with this insanely talented lineup!

Hey Goodbye is one of our favorite releases so far this year, and if this is what the band offers as a first taste of Circle The Earth, we know it won’t be long until they’re taking the world by storm. But don’t just take our word for how cool they are! We got to chat with the band about their EP, background, and what’s to come in the future.

Congrats on the release of ‘Hey Goodbye!’ The song has such a powerful energy to it. What drew you to this as the title track for your EP?
[With] the high energy and feel-good nature of this song, we thought it would be a good fit to start out our schedule of activities for the new year of 2023. It’s also a return to one of our main songwriting collaborators Adrian Jones.

The music video is full of personality and very stylish, we must say! Where do you draw inspiration from with the visuals for the band?
The younger members of the band, especially Sandy (keys) and Kazuki (guitar), have a very “current” fashion sense. Frontwoman Khadia is a seasoned professional who takes great care and professional guidance when putting her look together. For this advice, we use our longtime wardrobe advisor Bryan Rone.

Something you pride yourself on within the band is your diverse background and multicultural identity, which we absolutely love. How do you think this has influenced you as a band, both in musicality and the connection between yourselves?
Specifically, because of our diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds, we share a common hard work ethic and a very serious attitude toward the project and our careers in general. We also have a special sensitivity toward, and respect for, each other’s feelings because all of us have faced the challenges of racism, cultural and social exclusion, and issues of acceptance and rejection in our lives, and these common issues bind us together like a family. Musically we all share a common love for energetic and passionate music with a positive message within a pop/rock format, and within that common framework, we each approach music from a slightly different angle that make[s] the songs interesting and memorable at the same time.

Speaking of connections, you have established such a passionate fanbase with 22k subscribers on YouTube alone and multiple music videos reaching the million mark. What is it like to have such a strong community and support before you’ve even released your debut EP?
We have worked really, really hard and sacrificed a LOT to get to where we are, and the positive reinforcement from our fans is really motivating us to continue to grow and improve.

How involved in songwriting is everyone in the band? Do you all get stuck in, or are there the group songwriters?
We almost always collaborate with outside songwriters to keep our music as fresh and relevant as possible and also to ensure that the songs are as well-crafted as possible. Most often, our guitarist Kazuki has a writing session with songwriter/producer Jim McGorman (Goo Goo Dolls/Avril Lavigne/Gwen Stefani) on the framework of new material, which the band then completely twists to our own style. Khadia makes very important adjustments to the vocal lines and melodies and often adds exciting rap sections. Occasionally, as is the case with ‘Hey Goodbye,’ the song is entirely written for us by an outside songwriter, and then we adapt/twist the song into our style and unique interpretation.

What is the energy like going into the studio as a band? Any fun creative processes or rituals to get the creative juices flowing?
Going into the studio is a very serious endeavor for us, and we leave very little to chance. Usually, all the parts are very well-rehearsed, and everyone already knows exactly how and what they are going to play. Our drummer Sandro is a highly experienced studio musician who invariably lays the drum tracks in 1 or 2 takes MAX, and we always enjoy the pleasant disbelief of the studio producers and engineers when they see how efficient and well-planned this recording process is for us. More recently, working with rock producer Ethan Kaufman, we have begun to experiment with recording the songs with a less fixed and pre-arranged approach, and this, too, has yielded some excellent results although we would say that this more flexible approach is still new to us.

Is there a song on the EP that stands out and embodies Circle The Earth as a band?
All of the songs on the EP are strong representations of Circle The Earth, and it would be hard to pick one. ‘Sweetest Pain’ is strong, emotional, and rocking with great lead vocals and guitar solo, ‘Dead’ features Khadia rapping in a rock framework as well as a fabulous vocal delivery, and ‘Too Many Pieces’ features a synth solo from Sandy leading into a guitar solo from Kazuki and the rhythm section kills it on all of these songs. ‘Diamonds’ really seems to connect with the audience very strongly in a live situation, and we can all literally feel the crowd connecting with us as we perform this song in concert.

How involved in songwriting is everyone in the band? Do you all get stuck in, or are there the group songwriters?
We almost always collaborate with outside songwriters to keep our music as fresh and relevant as possible and also to ensure that the songs are as well-crafted as possible. Most often, our guitarist Kazuki has a writing session with songwriter/producer Jim McGorman (Goo Goo Dolls/Avril Lavigne/Gwen Stefani) on the framework of new material, which the band then completely twists to our own style. Khadia makes very important adjustments to the vocal lines and melodies and often adds exciting rap sections. Occasionally, as is the case with ‘Hey Goodbye,’ the song is entirely written for us by an outside songwriter, and then we adapt/twist the song into our style and unique interpretation.

What is the energy like going into the studio as a band? Any fun creative processes or rituals to get the creative juices flowing?
Going into the studio is a very serious endeavor for us, and we leave very little to chance. Usually, all the parts are very well-rehearsed, and everyone already knows exactly how and what they are going to play. Our drummer Sandro is a highly experienced studio musician who invariably lays the drum tracks in 1 or 2 takes MAX, and we always enjoy the pleasant disbelief of the studio producers and engineers when they see how efficient and well-planned this recording process is for us. More recently, working with rock producer Ethan Kaufman, we have begun to experiment with recording the songs with a less fixed and pre-arranged approach, and this, too, has yielded some excellent results although we would say that this more flexible approach is still new to us.

Is there a song on the EP that stands out and embodies Circle The Earth as a band?
All of the songs on the EP are strong representations of Circle The Earth, and it would be hard to pick one. ‘Sweetest Pain’ is strong, emotional, and rocking with great lead vocals and guitar solo, ‘Dead’ features Khadia rapping in a rock framework as well as a fabulous vocal delivery, and ‘Too Many Pieces’ features a synth solo from Sandy leading into a guitar solo from Kazuki and the rhythm section kills it on all of these songs. ‘Diamonds’ really seems to connect with the audience very strongly in a live situation, and we can all literally feel the crowd connecting with us as we perform this song in concert.

We’ve got to say ‘Hey Goodbye’ would be a 10/10 song to crowd surf to. Are there any upcoming tour dates where we can see you rocking it live?
We do currently have some shows in Southern California booked coming up: April 15 at The Stages Club in Orange County, April 19 at Long Beach State University, May 26 at Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, CA, and June 3 at Yost Theater in Orange County.

Do you have any big goals for 2023 that you’d love to accomplish as a band?
Our biggest goals for 2023 include a guest appearance on a TV talk show, new song collaborations with bigger songwriters, opening for national touring acts, festival appearances, and signing with an indie record label.

A Final Message From The Band!

We would like to conclude by thanking The Honey Pop for this interview and the opportunity to express our message of ethnic diversity, cultural inclusion, positivity, and spirituality. LET’S ROCK!!

We love you guys! Thank you for the messages and the music you’re putting out into the world! Make sure you guys keep up with Circle The Earth and stream their debut EP, Hey Goodbyehere!


Source:
thehoneypop.com

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Hey Goodbye New EP Video & Single Release

Circle The Earth’s repertoire of songs is as diverse as the band members’ ethnicity…

Circle The Earth are not to be missed!” – Music Connection

“Unique blend of modern rock.” – Top Shelf Music

“Circle The Earth blends worldwide musical genres into an eclectic rock stew.” – Grateful Web

“[Circle The Earth] synthesizes the stylings of fiery pop anthems with everything from shred-heavy hard rock and emo to hip-hop in a manner that’s sure to energize the masses at first listen.” – Remezcla

“Polished pop rock that sparkles with a bit of 80’s glam.” – The Indy Review

“[‘Sweetest Pain’] features heavy guitar solos, striking vocals and a classic, mid-2000s alt-rock sound.”

Grimy Goods

“If there was ever a song to get someone out of their funk, it’s ‘New Religion,’ hands down.” – mxdwn Music

 


Los Angeles, CA
March 8, 2023 – Today, female-fronted, multi-cultural rock band Circle The Earth has dropped their debut EP along with an official music video for the title track and new single “Hey Goodbye.” PRESS HERE to watch the video, directed and produced by Caitlin Hill, and PRESS HERE to listen to “Hey Goodbye,” co-written by songwriter / producer Adrian Jones. The Hey Goodbye EP is an 8-song independent collection, mostly produced by Ethan Kaufman (Avril Lavigne, Ryan Cabrera, DOROTHY), also featuring the Los Angeles-based quintet’s 2022 singles Sweetest Pain,” New ReligionandToo Many Piecesand previously released hitsDiamonds and Dead.”

PRESS HERE to listen to the Hey Goodbye EP.

“Releasing this EP is such a milestone for us, as it represents years of really hard work, discipline, determination, and sacrifice for each member of the band and our team,” shares Circle The Earth. “It’s a cohesive, strong and commercial body of work that we’re all proud of musically. The EP also transmits an underlying message of spiritual positivity represented in everything we do. We hope those listening to the entire Hey Goodbye EP take away a feeling of inspiration and recognition of spiritual qualities like faith, hope, love, inclusion, compassion, sincerity, kindness, understanding, respect, determination, the beauty of diversity, and so much more. We also hope you feel and hear the joy of strong, melodic original rock music delivered with passion and soul. Thank you for listening!”

It’s impossible to pigeonhole the sound of Circle The Earth. With a lineup featuring members from across the U.S., Taiwan, Brazil, and Japan, all of whom bring extensive professional experience to their music, the five-piece craft a seamless combination of rock, pop, soul, hip-hop, and even emo. Circle The Earth is fronted by Khadia, a former background singer for Imagine Dragons, American Idol, and The American Music Awards who has also performed with Mya, Janelle Monae and Prince. Rounding out the band is founding member, bassist and Atlanta native Michael McBay, Brazilian-born drummer Sandro Feliciano (who has toured with Ms. Lauryn Hill and Teena Marie), keyboardist/music director Sandy Chao Wang, who grew up in Taiwan, and guitarist/songwriter Kazuki Tokaji, who was born in Japan and began playing guitar at age 7. Circle The Earth coalesced over the course of several years, first formed in 2018, driven by the vision of McBay and an overall message of bringing people hope, love and truth in a world that can feel maddening and hateful at times. They strive to produce music as positive and uplifting as possible, with messages of unity and inclusion that emphasizes the beauty of diversity and leaves good vibes in its wake. The band officially debuted in 2020 with their single Could Be You and have since amassed more than 4 million views on their YouTube channel and over 1 million streams on Spotify in addition to media support from the likes of Music Connection, Spectrum News, mxdwn, The Indy Review, AntiMusic, The Rock Revival, and more. Circle The Earth has also graced the stages of such famed LA venues including The Viper Room, Whisky a Go Go and The Mint as well as a performance at NAMM, building quite the reputation for their explosive live show, and have recently found success on non-commercial and college radio stations across the country.

Hey Goodbye EP Track Listing

  1. Hey Goodbye
  2. Sweetest Pain
  3. New Religion
  4. Too Many Pieces
  5. The Other Side
  6. Dead
  7. Pick Your Poison
  8. Diamonds

 

For press inquiries, please contact:

Press Here:

Bari Lieberman / bari@pressherepublicity.com

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Circle The Earth
Contact: johnny@trupitch.com

Web: circletheearth.band

Seeking: Label, Mgmt, Film/TV, Booking
Style: Rock, Pop

This female-fronted, hard rocking outfit knows its mission: to get to the chorus and drive it the hell home. Each song is conceived and arranged to grab the ear and never let go. For example, “Too Many Pieces” comes out blasting with urgent, immediate energy, with a big chorus, big sound, the production/mix capturing the excitement perfectly. A deep lurching synth bass and rolling groove propels “New Religion” and a defiant megaphoned vocal “Don’t tell me what I want to believe in!” The band’s vision coalesces powerfully with “Sweetest Pain,” which opens with pretty vocals and synth pad before picking up the pace to deliver a great hook, a fluid, concise guitar solo, and a huge sound.

 

About Music Connection magazine:

Published since 1977, Music Connection magazine is a monthly music trade publication catering to musicians, industry pro’s, and support services. Music Connection exists to serve artists and music people, to offer connections to the unconnected and to provide exclusive information that can help our readers take their music to the next level.

Source:  Music Connection Magazine

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Wonderful words of praise for "Diamonds"

Great song, high energy, high quality, good riffs, good lyrics, good vocals, your voice is wonderful, everything well recorded and produced, everything perfect. Everything professional. You’re a great band and you’re going to top the rock charts. Great video, great performance. Sounds good and we’re going to play the song on our radio. Let’s go together for another year, long live independent rock. Hugs. Congratulations on the great musical work. See you soon. Obrigado \0/ –Nilton Vieira, Rádio Alternativa Rock.

This is one incredibly powerful rock track with some incredible vocals and some great story telling here. Great symphonies amazing record. –UK Independent

The voice it’s incredible, the vocalist has a nice vocal range. The combination of styles it’s great, it has the better of voice sides. The guitars are distorted but not so much, so it doesn’t destroy the song. The drums are solid. –Nuevas Frecuencias

The song is great, well produced and has a beautiful melody, the vocals are really great, it has a beautiful timbre, energy and range, I loved the backing vocals and the high notes. The song has a great structure and an energetic chorus, the instrumental is really great and very well produced, congratulations. -Only Indie Music

The music transports you to exotic places in your imagination that call to mind the nightlife of faraway countries. This track happens to be one of the best sounding, put-together, musically inclined I’ve heard in a while. The song contains nice harmonies, great vocals and a pleasant melody and makes you feel good while listening to it. Good luck with whatever comes next. -Dreamy Paradise

Impactful and gorgeously cinematic powerhouse of a single! We’ll add this as a post on our IG when we get a chance and thanks so much!
The Sounds Won’t Stop

Dear Circle the Earth, thanks for reaching out and letting me check your music out. I loved Diamonds’ easygoing fluid flow and emotional depth, it has some catchy moments that’ll make it easily appeal to a wide range of audiences. Wishing you the best of luck with you full-length release, I’ll be sharing it on our FB page as well as our IG stories and will add it to one of our Spotify playlists, keep on rocking! -I Wanna Rock

Hi Circle The Earth, another good track, an energic song, a good video too, we love. We’ll do a post to announce your entry!
Montréal Radio Cité

In my opinion the song is a good one, it has very good energy… and that guitar solo is concise but forceful. pass me the press release and I’ll upload it to my website as a recommendation.
LA GRAMOLA ENCENDIDA

Hi Circle the Earth, Great song!! We really enjoyed listening to your song. We think your vocals are great! The quality is excellent. We will be adding it to our “Heartbroken” playlist. -ITCAM MUSIC

A catchy voice, with well placed musical riffs, I really liked it, the band seems to me to be ready. The clip was very well produced. I will not criticize the lyrics, because it is not my native language. Send me all the material for the release. I have a place to put the song on the immediate release schedule. I look forward to it. -Radio Saquarema Surf Rock

Hello welcome back, nice piece. Pop rock just the way I like it. The soft start, the energy that rises up to the refrain and then explodes with energy and involves the listener. I put it in the playlist.
-Brainstorming Music

WOW! I think this rock’n roll girl band concept is incredible! You have amazing visuals; I was curious about your music in the first second that I put my eyes on it. I really like how the voices go, the melodics are catchy and pop, and a perfect mix with the heavy metal based instrumental. I really really want to hear more from you guys! – Na Beira do Palco

I like your sound, it’s powerful, fresh and catchy. I will glad to share it on my radio show, on 88.5 FM in Valencia Spain.
-Aire alternativo – Aire latino 88.5 FM

I liked a lot the 2010’s pop vibe of this song. The melody has a nice balance between the piano clean chords and with effects, the beat and the guitar overdrived chords of the chorus and the bridge (that I thought interesting how it was soft till those parts). I also liked the vocals pitch and how energic it was at the chorus. So I’ve decided to share this track and I hope to receive more from you in the future.-Natália Barão

Thank you for submitting your music! I’m going to add your track to our playlist/radio TODO DIA FM 😉, which will be available during the next week, and may return in future updates, in order to help promote your music. Thank you for trusting this partnership!
-TODO DIA UM CD DIFERENTE

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“Too Many Pieces” by Circle the Earth, for new rock fans

What an amazing sound! I really like the way you build an authentic and energetic sound using nostalgic rock elements. The vocals sound quite powerful, as well as the instrumental riffs. The result sounds quite complete, well-executed and professional. Congratulations on the beautiful work! -Natália De Mitri

For those looking for new sounds that refer to the so-called “New Rock”, the North Americans from Circle the Earth demonstrate all their power in “ Too Many Pieces ”, a song that condenses very well the old influence applied to a modern and authentic sound of the new generation of rock stars. The song promises to please mainly those who like powerful female vocals, which interact very well with the balanced and charismatic instrumental. Be sure to listen and fall in love.

Source: Rocknbold.com

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New Religion Circle the Earth reviews and song

Circle the Earth is back here and is already one of the most interesting bands in the current music scene. In “ New Religion ”, the North Americans create a modern rock with a vibe that flirts with nostalgic glam metal. The combination of electric guitars and synthesizers creates an intense and captivating sound. The result is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a different and impactful musical experience. –Rocknbold

Exciting music, powerful female vocals, energy to spare, sensational and alive, electronic rock, original and brilliant. We love it and will add it to our Spotify playlist. –Indieoclock

I especially liked how contagious the beat of this song is and how the vocals gave a kinda fearless vibe creating a whole modern rock atmosphere. I liked it a lot, the chorus is extremely catchy and the guitar solo really surprised me by its composition. I’m sharing this track and looking forward to get more from you in the future! –Natália Barão 

The song is awesome i really like the punk rock style and i have a perfect playlist for you! –Brainstorming Music

If Muse was composed of a woman and had a more psychedelic and rock n roll influence, it would be exactly like this! I loved this song, i didn’t know the band, but now i will add that to my personal playlist. Congratulations about this song, guys, its very good! –Canal Bloody Mary

We would like to thank you for submitting your work. We listen carefully to each song so that it is in line with the Radio audience and your sound is very incredible. It’s been a while since we’ve heard this rock/punk vibe. We wish health and success! –Radio Supersonica

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