Single Review: Gallery Circus – ‘The Flood’

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Twins Daniel and Graeme Ross, aka Gallery Circus, decided to make music together whilst living in Chicago. Now, having already garnered support from the likes of Q Magazine, The 405 and BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac, and supported Hanni El Khatib live, the duo have shared a brand new single.

Following their last offering ‘Club House Killer’, ‘The Flood is another riotous explosion of youthful energy. As screeching riffs and pummelling beats propel it forwards with a racing energy, raucous hooks and impassioned vocals blast out from the speakers, making for a truly infectious, uptempo offering.

Accompanied by a rather gruesome video, ‘The Flood’ is out now via Killing Moon Records.

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