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Acuvi have reviewed “A New Dawn” “A New Dawn” has an overall great musical composition, where you can everything from the acoustically beautiful “A New Dawn”. The lovely vocals and a great ensemble of violin and acoustic – something that makes it a great opening track. via Circus Envy « Acuvi.
“A New Dawn” has been reviewed at Tight Mix Blog, who were impressed by Circus Envy’s online presence. It has been selected as their album of the week, which is great news! Their latest work, “A New Dawn,” is a really awesome 5-song collection that touches upon multiple genres. Circus Envy does an amazing job … Continue reading
The second release from the self-proclaimed ‘best band in Hull’, A New Dawn is an intriguing mix of the traditional and modern, with a definite lean towards the nu-folk spectrum. Featuring Kerfuffle’s Sam Sweeney and Hannah James, ‘Three Score and Ten’, is one of the stand-out tracks from this 5-song EP. Produced by the incredible … Continue reading
“A New Dawn” has been reviewed by FATEA magazine: Circus Envy are a band I discovered through the Talkawhile website and one who I was delighted to discover had an EP out. Like many with a contemporary folk rock attitude, Circus Envy beat a path to Stu Hanna’s door for the behind desk work. “A … Continue reading
The first review of A New Dawn has been published at www.sound-screen.co.uk. Some quotes: “As far as I’m concerned, this is one of the most promising EPs I’ve heard this year in terms of arrangement, it works perfectly, taking you from low to high to calm; evening listening at its finest. ” “Great acoustics, passionate … Continue reading