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Single Review : Circus 66 – ‘Replace the Pain’

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Review by Paul Monkhouse for MPM

Already causing big waves on the scene, London quartet Circus 66 unleash this absolute storming track that could flatten city blocks.

A full blooded and high-octane blues-tinged hard rocker, ‘Replace the Pain’ is the band’s loudest statement yet as the urgent riff and practically feral vocals explode out of the speakers and eviscerate anything in their way.

Underpinning the ferocity is a massive groove, the drums and bass skittering and driving, making it impossible to stand still and signaling this as something that was born to be played at festival stages across the globe.

With their star on the rise, Circus 66 are increasingly looking like contenders for the big leagues and this is a heavyweight punch to the face that would floor a world champion.

A very good way to support smaller bands… right here ⬇️

Circus 66 – Replace The Pain (ffm.to)


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