Fleeting Circus‘s musicians appeared on the national scene with a distinctive sound, influences that combined indie rock and circus art. After six years of road, EP, album and documentary released, the band is preparing for another big step: the release of their second album, which marks the beginning of a new sound. Proof of this change is the “Disconnection” clip, which is also the first single from the upcoming work. The relaxed atmosphere reveals a self-confident band that is not limited to labels.
The song “Disconnection” brings a letter that evokes the disconnection between body and mind, while the melody passes an unpretentious vibration. Guitarist Felipe Vianna says the idea for the clip came naturally, fitting in with the song: “The most important thing was to have fun and do something simple and straightforward that would better represent the new phase that the band is in. We wanted something that unites the simplicity of the song, with the inconsistency in the lyrics and title of the track, “he explains.
Marco Aurélio Abreu directed the video, who also worked in the video of “Underground“. The clip also features the participation of Patrick Laplan, who produced the new album and recorded the drums. The recording lasted a day and was held in the band’s own studio, the Fleeting Cave.
Fleeting Circus is formed by the musicians Taynã Frota, Rodrigo Seven and Lucas Faria, besides Felipe Vianna. They emerged in the independent scene with the EP ‘Dream World Of Magic‘ (2011), which led the group to participate in the soundtrack of the novel “Guerra dos Sexos” and the program “Divertics“, both of TV Globo. In 2014 they released the self-titled album, which was mixed by Matt Wallace (Maroon 5, Faith No More) and mastered by Jonathan Wyner (David Bowie, Nirvana). In 2015, the documentary “Brooklyn Days“, which talks about the tour of the band in the USA was released, and currently, the musicians continue in the post-production of the next disc.