Hauntingly beautiful. 
Distinctly Nordic.

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Circumnavigate

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Hailing from Oslo, via London, the ethereal soundscapers have drawn comparisons akin to the likes of Bon Iver, Aurora, Lorde and Cinematic Orchestra. 


 

After releasing their debut album, 'When World's Collide' (2017) gaining the support of BBC Introducing, the band went on to generate more than 400,000 streams and land their music in a US feature film, directed by Domenica Scorsese – 'Almost Paris'. 


 

Fast forward to 2020, the band are back with a reshuffled lineup and armed with an arsenal of their finely honed and modernised take on the Dream-Pop genre that has so successfully put them on the map. 

Their latest single ‘Layer You Up’ has quickly become their fastest growing single to date with 30,000 streams in its first week alone, landing in 3 Spotify New Music Friday playlists (Norway, Sweden, Iceland) as well as Fresh Finds and many other large Spotify curated playlists, attracting global press and radio play (BBC, NRK, Amazing Radio and more).

“It’s SO good! ‘Layer You Up’ has been added to some of the biggest playlists in the world, it’s got so many streams already and deservedly so! It’s a beautiful fusion of the kind of soundscapes of Billie Eilish and Bon Iver. I love it!”

- Sarah Gosling (BBC Introducing)

“Their music drifts you away and glazes listeners into a musical haze as though they are viewing the beauty of the northern lights without seeing them.”

- Karma Bertelsen (Music Week)

Fun Fact: The members of Circumnavigate have collectively played for some of London's most respected artists; Jennifer Hudson, Louis Tomlinson, Sigala, Gabrielle Aplin, dodie, Maverick Sabre, Crystal Fighters & Kylie Minogue to name but a few.

 

LIVE

The Thief Unplugged Festival

07/03/20

Oslo

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Contact

General Enquiries:
contactcircumnavigate@gmail.com
Management:
carl@nobodymanagement.com
Sync & Licensing:
Ross Craib | +44 77929 75845
rosscraibmusic@gmail.com

copyright circumnavigate 2020

Photos by SILJE FORBES, Karl Myrvang & Derrick Wess