“a Clinic-meets-Radiohead feel, with a penchant for deliberate, stuttery rhythms,
electronic warbles and lush orchestral moments.” — MTV Hive
“A far subtler, more intricately layered journey into wandering, galactic psych-rock…
Imagine if the Seeds got their hands on the latest technology” — Miami New Times
Miami’s Young Circles are excited to release their first video off their recently released debut LP Jungle Habits for the track “Love Hitch”. Premiered by Alternative Press, the video was directed by band member Adam Badlotto, using over 7,000 stop motion images — none were generated by a computer — animated on a flat bed scanner, incorporating live footage. The band described the concept as “a psychedelic journey that visualizes the cognitive process of forgetting a lost love; an experience that represents the chemical reactions in our brains.”
Young Circles had a busy year, releasing their debut Bones EP in January, followed by Jungle Habits in August, and, most recently, the single “Ninety-Nine Percent“, a tribute to the ongoing Occupy Wall Street movement, with all proceeds from the single being donated directly to OccupyWallSt.org.
Young Circles has been working on the follow up to Jungle Habits, as well as plotting a tour for the spring, which will include dates at SXSW.