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Left Circles Unveils Upcoming Debut Album with "Bleed It Out" Single Release

April 08, 2024

By Ace Hartmann | Racketeer Broadcast Association  | 

Left Circles Unveils Upcoming Debut Album with "Bleed It Out" Single Release

Brooklyn's musical landscape is once again set ablaze with the latest offering from Left Circles, the brainchild of talented musician Brian Pluta. The unveiling of their new single, "Bleed It Out," alongside an enthralling music video, marks the countdown to the release of their highly anticipated debut LP, 'Nothing Is One Thing,' slated to hit the shelves on April 26 under Miserable Neighbor Records.

Pluta, known for his live guitar performances with Space Cadet, dives into uncharted territory with Left Circles, showcasing a remarkable versatility that transcends the confines of a single musical genre. Describing their sound as hook-heavy and eclectic, the album promises a journey through various rock styles, ranging from '90s lo-fi to Brit pop to '50s folk.

The craftsmanship behind 'Nothing Is One Thing' is evident, with renowned mixer Travis Harrison, noted for his work with Guided By Voices and Built to Spill, at the helm. Adding to the album's allure are the rhythmic contributions of drummers Kellii Scott from Failure and Harrison himself, along with guest vocals by Matt Hock, a fellow member of Space Cadet and The Explosion.

"Bleed It Out," the latest single, emerged serendipitously during a rehearsal session, as Pluta explains, "I had already gotten all the tracks together for the record, and this one just sorta slipped out while I was practicing for a show. I don't write a lot of purely positive songs, but it's like this one demanded to exist. With all the negativity thrown at us these days, it's too easy to internalize it to the point of self-defeat. This song is a little antidote."

The release of "Bleed It Out" not only offers a tantalizing taste of what's to come but also serves as a beacon of hope amid the turbulent times we face. Its infectious melodies and uplifting lyrics provide a much-needed respite, reminding listeners of the power of music to uplift and inspire.

With 'Nothing Is One Thing' now available for pre-order, anticipation is building within the music community for Left Circles' full-length debut. As the April 26 release date draws near, fans eagerly await the opportunity to embark on a sonic adventure unlike any other, courtesy of Brooklyn's own musical virtuoso, Brian Pluta, and his transcendent project, Left Circles.


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