Circa Survive Schedule
Drawing inspiration from a string of bands representing the experimental rock, art rock,
progressive rock, post-hardcore, pop and soft rock genres, Circa Survive quickly eclipsed the indie music scene in just over
two years with the release of their debut album, Juturna (2005),and their sophomore effort, On Letting Go(2007).
their inception, Circa Survive has been on the bill of several national tours, touring with Moneen, Saves The Day, Keating,
Thrice, My Chemical Romance, Mae, Dredge and Mutemath, and more. They performed at the popular Bamboozle festival in 2005,
2006, 2007, 2008 and 2011, as well as a couple of times at The Vans Warped Tour (2005). This year, fans can check them out
at places like the Verizon Theatre in Grand Prairie, Texas; House of Blues in New Orleans, Louisiana; Terminal West in Atlanta,
Georgia; Cats Cradle in Carrboro, North Carolina; Mr. Smalls Theatre in Millvale, Pennsylvania; Adado Riverfront Park in Lansing,
Michigan; Grog Shop in Cleveland, Ohio; Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park, New York; Port City Music Hall in Portland,
Maine; and more. Don't miss out on Circa Survive's next appearance in your hometown, and make sure you sign up for StubHub's
event updates. Check it out today!
Circa Survive Background
Circa Survive took shape after frontman Anthony
Green returned to his native Philadelphia for a visit. He was on his way back to California when on a layover in Phoenix he
experienced a revelation. At the time he was at the helm of Saosin, which was on the cusp of success, but he realized if he
went back he would be unhappy. Green ended up back in his hometown and collaborated with his friend, Colin Frangicetto, giving
rise to Circa Survive. Brendan Ekstrom was the next musician to sign on with Circa Survive, followed by Nick Beard and Stephen
Clifford. Circa Survive's debut release was The Inuit Sessions (2005). The EP included four singles, "The Great Golden Baby,"
"Suspending Disbelief," "Act Appalled" and "Handshakes at Sunrise." Their debut album dropped in the spring of 2005, and it
was called, Juturna. That first album landed at No. 183 on the Billboard 200. Circa Survive's sophomore album, On Letting
Go, arrived in 2007. The album cracked the U.S. Billboard 200, scoring the No. 24 slot. On Letting Go's B-side, 1,000 Witnesses,
came out in 2008. Fans were able to secure the B-side through the charity, Invisible Children, to help raise funds. In the
summer of 2008, they additionally issued the B-side The Most Dangerous Commercialsalso as a charity download. Circa Survive
backed up Pelican and Thrice for their spring tour in 2008. Upon their return, they went to work on penning material for their
next album. Blue Sky Noise was the result and dropped in the spring of 2010. Their sophomore EP, Appendage, came out in the
fall of that same year. It features five singles: "Everyway," "Lazarus," "Backmask," "Sleep Underground" and "Stare Like You'll
Stay." And, their most recent album, Violent Waves, came out in 2012.
Circa Survive Albums
discography is comprised of Juturna (2005); On Letting Go (2007); Blue Sky Noise (2010); and Violent Waves (2012).
Circa Survive Trivia
Since they arrived on the music scene a decade ago, Circa Survive has managed to make waves
with their exhaustive tour schedule. Serving as both headliners and supporters to other acts, Circa Survive has toured with
high-profile acts like Pistolita, Mutemath, Motion City Soundtrack, Coheed and Cambria, Bad Religion, The Used, Thirty Seconds
to Mars, Dear and the Headlights, The Dear Hunter, Fear Before The March of Flames, As Tall As Lions, Envy on the Coast, Rise
Against, Thursday, Billy Talent, Portugal, The Receiving End of Sirens, Foxy Shazam, Anberlin, Linkin Park, Architects and
Circa Survive Concert Experience
Circa Survive is comprised of the most gifted and successful artists
of this generation. They consistently put on the best shows possible no matter where they end up. With their most recent tour
blowing fans away with new music and extraordinary performances, you can be one of the next people to see what they can do
when they hit the stage! So if you're a longtime fan or even if you just like some of the newer stuff they've been pumping
out, you can't go wrong with picking up some tickets and heading out to a show when they take the stage at a city near you!
The only thing that could possibly make the show any better is if you end up taking a friend along for the ride. Nothing can
top making fun memories at a show like this, but if you're in a giving mood, then why not pick up an extra ticket so that
one of your lucky friends, family members or neighbors can join you in having a great time seeing Circa Survive? Tickets are
now on sale at StubHub so be sure to get yours while they're still around!