Aug 11, 2019
Sleepcircle is a pacific northwest infused rock band from Vancouver, BC. Influenced by the music of the 1990’s grunge and hard rock movements, their sounds hits a familiar chord, while staying unique through constant evolution.
The initial idea of Sleepcircle was formed by fellow music students and guitarists Paul Wilson and Kavian Iranzad in 2012, and would go through a few transformations before releasing their debut EP ‘Dead Wait’ in 2017.
Coming off the recent release of their debut full length album ‘From The Heavens, Through The Window’ Sleepcircle continues to show that falling asleep in a comfy rut is just something they don’t know how to do.
The albums latest single ‘Bring It On’, as well as it’s accompanying music video focus on Mental Health. With the song itself focusing on entertainers we have lost to battles with personal demons, such as Amy Winehouse and Chris Cornell, while the video focuses on the importance of reaching out to those friends who maybe aren't in the best situation, and maybe they don’t want to send the message themselves.
Paul Wilson of Sleepcircle joins the DTP to discuss the bands shift in sound and vision going into ‘From The Heavens, Through The Window”, the albums singles and the messages behind them, what ‘Bring It On’ means to Paul, and much more!