The sky noise
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The band, who have supported rock giants including the Deftones, My Chemical Romance and Coheed and Cambria, are headlining Leeds venue The Cockpit to support the UK release of their album Blue Sky Noise
The band, complete with crisp-eating vocalist, play Birmingham's O2 Academy tomorrow, ahead of the release of new album Blue Sky Noise on July 26.
With Blue Sky Noise the band have tried to ring the changes.
On its American release, Blue Sky Noise went to number one in the vinyl charts.
Their visit to these shores comes on the back of massive success for the band in the States for their new album Blue Sky Noise.
Produced by Grammy Award winner David Bottrill (Tool, Muse), Blue Sky Noise was released to critical acclaim in the US last month.
Circa Survive launched work on Blue Sky Noise in 2008 in a cottage in Doylestown, Pennsylvania (which they named The Creek House) and signed to Atlantic a year later before recording the album.