Canadian metal outfit and one of this year's hottest break out bands, Spritbox have released a brand new song "Circle With Me" today on Rise Records . The track features the glorious combination of ethereal vocals, bombastic riffs and savage screams that make up the utterly unique Spiritbox calling card. It is accompanied by a gorgeous music video directed by Orie McGinness, that perfectly compliments the lyrical theme of the song with a constantly revolving shot around the band as they perform.
Stream the song online here and watch the video below.
Speaking about the new track, Courtney LaPlante shares
"This song was written in the studio as a last minute addition, one of the many reasons we are so grateful to no longer be exclusively working remotely. It captures the spectrum of emotions I’ve been feeling lately about my music. From the anxiety I feel about messing up, to a confidence meant to protect me from self doubt.
Visually, we wanted to present the viewer with the image of us that we miss the most: us performing on stage, with nothing to hide behind: instruments, some lights, and beautiful camera movement."
“Circle With Me” follows the band's two break-out, hit singles released last year - the heartbreaking and otherworldly "Constance" and the unrelentingly brutal "Holy Roller". Between them, they have clocked up a staggering 18 million streams to date, with "Holy Roller" debuting at #25 on Billboard's Hot Hard Rock Songs and spending 7 weeks at #1 on SiriusXM Liquid Metal's "Devil's Dozen" with the remix version of the song feat. Ryo Kinoshita of Crystal Lake spending 5 weeks at #2.
Spiritbox recently finished work on their debut album which is slated for release later this year.