Bristolian Duo Circe’s Diner Release Uplifting New Single

Circe’s Diner – a Bristolian duo, who with their infectious melodies and dreamy harmonies weave wondrous tales of love and loss and friendship, is out with ‘Who Dares’, their brand new single – an uplifting track about bravery and having hope.

‘Who Dares’, out now via Rough Kitchen Records,  is a  magical slice of alt-folk. Filled with the intricate harmonies of Buck and Shande flowing perfectly with each other alongside delicate, twinkling melodies, it’s an empowering creation reassuring the listener that there’s still hope for love.

The song flows with lilting, folk-inspired melodies alongside the duo’s smooth, honey-sweet vocals that soar together in perfect harmony throughout. Oozing a twinkling charm, this track offers a little slice of sunshine that we need now more than ever.

The duo, consisting of Rosina Buck and Bronte Shande came together as Circe’s Diner in 2014 whilst studying at BIMM Bristol. Of their newest track, they explain:

“Our timing and phrasing is a key part of the sound and is our way of keeping the audience encapsulated in the stories we tell, we have a bond and energy between us that reflects the madness we sometimes feel and takes our audience on a journey.”

Check out the video for ‘Who Dares’

With performances at Glastonbury and Boomtown festivals, and support slots with the likes of Let’s Eat Grandma and Oh Pep! already under their belts, Circe’s Diner look set to draw in listeners worldwide with their enchanting harmonies and endearingly honest lyrics that will resonate with anyone who’s had a broken heart.

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