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Cassia release vibrant single ‘Circular Motion’ featuring Kawala

The latest release from Cassia sees the Macclesfield-formed band collaborate with Kawala on ‘Circular Motion’, with both bands injecting their sunny essence into the track. Between the plucky electric piano and the glowing electric guitar, melodies are layered on melodies to deliver a glowing and positive atmosphere. The track is injected with graceful joy from start to finish, with the accompanying video showcasing a story of rivalry turned mutual support between Cassia and Kawala.

The two bands met at Gloucestershire festival Barn on the Farm last summer, and after a few pints and a writing session, ‘Circular Motion’ was born. Playful and breezy, it’s another track leading to Cassia’s upcoming EP ‘Home Soon…’, showcasing their recent development as a band.

Cassia share, “We first got to know Kawala after a very messy night at a barn on the farm and it wasn't long after that we got in the studio together. Somehow in and amongst all the coffee fuelled chaos we managed to come away with circular motion. I remember the beat and the keys riff kicked things off then we started pulling lyrics together. The words are loosely based around the theme of life cycles, in summary the meaning of the song is; Sometimes in order to get off on the right track you might have to follow the less travelled road, getting lost can sometimes reveal a fresh perspective that you didn't know you needed. It was definitely a conscious decision to keep this song upbeat, looking back on it now it really wouldn't have been possible to come up with the next John Lewis advert judging off the amount of energy that was in that room. We can't wait to play this tune at festivals together and it feels so sick to be releasing music into the world with good mates.”

With two albums and multiple tours behind them, Cassia have been making a splash across the industry, with support from the likes of Annie Mac, Clara Amfo, Jack Saunders, Mollie King and Maia Beth. Editorial and press support have followed suit, with the band continuing to grow and develop, showcasing new styles and new sounds in every release since their debut in 2017, whilst still maintaining their joyful outlook.




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