July 16, 2015
Circadian Clock is a 5 piece rock band that describes themselves as a seemingly mismatched group of strangers who come together to make some seriously strange music, and they prefer it that way. The unique blend of many different styles of music make it difficult to pinpoint them under one genre, but they promise you’ll enjoy the ride between rock, pop, punk, jazz, classical and everything else. Throw Queen, My Chemical Romance, Muse, System of a Down, and Gogol Bordello into a blender, sprinkle a little NYC attitude on top to finish and you get their brand new single “Brightside,” a song that cruises with ease between kicked back grooves and head splitting rock and roll riffs.
Their new EP, Day Dream Disorder, promises to be all of that and then some. They’re all skilled musicians who know when to buckle down and hit the gas, as well as when to drop it down a few gears and let the vibes do the talking. They’ve been regularly making their way across the east coast and NYC music scenes, turning heads and converting followers at every stop along the way.
The video for “Brightside” is the party to end all parties, and Circadian Clock is the heartbeat that keeps the blood pumping! You know it’s going to be a doozy right away with as keyboardist Ayumi makes her way through a crowded house party with high fives, football helmets, horse heads, and sombreros as she makes her way onstage with her bandmates Ari on guitar, Mike on bass, and lead vocalist Melissa. They’re all packed tight into a small backyard in a typical NYC neighborhood with an eager crowd at their feet. The climax comes when the band leads the crowd into a massive sing along with hands clapping, feet stomping and energy just exploding in every direction. It’s a relentless ball of musical intensity that is hard to pin down, but you just know it makes you want to go crazy. And that’s exactly how Circadian Clock wants it!
We’re very excited to be working with Circadian Clock to bring you this one-of-a-kind offering, and don’t be shy if you or your viewers would like to grab a copy of Day Dream Disorder. Please feel free to reach out to Andy Gesner and the HIP Video Promo team at (732)-613-1779 or e-mail us at [email protected] . You can also visit www.CircadianClock.nyc for more info.
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