“We definitely work on it,” agreed Circa Survive guitarist Colin Frangicetto on their live performance. “I think throughout the years – we’ve been a band now for fourteen years, believe it or not -and I think over the course of that time we’ve gotten more efficient as players, as creators, as friends, as performers and essentially our live show just gets better and better. I think we are more connected to each other and the people that support us and enjoy our music have kind of set us free in that we don’t have any of these weird head trips that a lot of other people so thoughts like Am I relevant? Do people care about what I’m doing? Just all those weird things that people who make the music go through.”
Throughout their career, Circa Survive has always advocated the little man. They are a band who are genuinely there for their fans, with Frangicetto saying to this day each member still remembers where they came from.
“We created this band from nothing,” he said with pride. “One day it was a dream and now it’s reality. When you take that feeling of doing that; which is truly one of the most amazing, powerful feelings you can feel as a human being, and kind of spread that around to everybody and say hey, whatever it is you want to do, whatever it is you want to be in this world, you can do that. Especially if we can do it. If we can do it, you can do it. That’s the way we see it.”
To hear Frangicetto discuss the tour, the way the band approach the writing process for new albums, their early vision and how they grew into what they are today and an in-depth discussion on the depths and complexities of the band plus more, tune in to the attached audio.
Circa Survive Tour Dates:
May 24 – The Gov, Adelaide
May 25 – Corner Hotel, Melbourne
May 26 – Factory Theatre, Sydney
May 28 – The Zoo, Brisbane
May 30 – Rosemount Hotel, Perth