Glimmer Twins infatuation well, some folks can pull itoff, others cannot. We all know how well Royal Trux rocked n cocked it through the 90s, and now in the second decadeof the 21st century, Circle Pit have sauntered into theboozy sway with their debut LP Bruise Constellation. Seemingly born out of the tar and tobacco of Nellcôte /Exile on Main Street-session blooze, Circle Pit ably finessea torn and frayed sound that s as retro as it is original. Oozing raw talent and possessed with uncanny sensual /sexual osmosis, Bruise Constellation will have you believing it s the Summer of 72 all over again (again).
PRESS: fuses elements of scum rock, garage and straight rock to create songs of detached cool, displacement and frustration. Spook Magazine Circle Pit is the type of rock band that most others are toolazy to be: aligned closely with tradition but replete withthe type of individuality and wit, honesty and intimacy thatis usually shed in favor of blindly channelling riffs alreadywritten. Bruise Constellation sheds light on the gaudysubterranean sleaze of a Sydney rapidly devolving into aBallardian capitalist nightmare all tidy swept streets, pedestrianfree thoroughfares and oiled seven-to-when-youpass-out workdays. It s also the catchiest record you re goingto hear all year. Mess + Noise
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