SOUNDS OF SIRUS sŸiŸnŸgŸuŸlŸaŸrŸiŸtŸy Released April 22nd

Distinct from all others, ‘Singularity’; the punching albumette (that’s right, it’s not an EP, its not an album, it’s an albumette) from Melbourne five piece Sounds Of Sirus.

Drawing on their time in previous outfits (Revolucion Street, The Grand Arcanum, Girl Pilot and Omniana), Sounds Of Sirus have developed a kicking live set with mesmerizing vocal presence from lead singer, Josh Day.

Covering every inch of the stage, there’s no question why they have built a solid reputation through touring Melbourne’s venue circuit over the past two years, performing alongside some of Australia’s most respected artists including; The Getaway Plan, House vs Hurricane, Cog, Behind Crimson Eyes and Twelve Foot Ninja just to name a few.

Comparable to a mixture of Circa Survive and Dead Letter Circus due to their hard hitting, solid rhythm section, massive delay soaked guitars and unforgettable vocals, leave their melodies stuck in your head for days.

Sounds Of Sirus: are Josh Day (vocals), Liam O’Reilly (bass, backing vocals), Rory Bond (guitar), Peter Morianos (Guitar) and Marcus Brousse (Drums).

Recorded and mixed by Matt Darcy at Basin Studios, and drums by Sam Osborne (House vs Hurricane), ‘Singularity’ marks the Sound Of Sirus’ debut release on April 22nd, featuring lead single ‘A New Line’.

Thursday 21st of April – Destroy All Lines – Plastic, Colonial Hotel, Melbourne

Saturday 23rd April  – The Esplanade Hotel, Gershwin Room, St Kilda Melbourne

‘Singularity’ released on Friday April 22nd

www.soundsofsirus.com


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