CIRCUS OF POWER Debuts “Princess Of Mars” Video & New Non-Album Single

Article By: Pat ‘Riot’ Whitaker ‡ Edited By: Leanne Ridgeway

It was just last year (2017) that saw the studio resurrection of CIRCUS OF POWER via their first new full-length in 25 years, ‘Four‘.

One of rock ‘n roll’s raunchiest, most legendary outfits issued that album through Noize In The Attic Records, fueling a full-on resurgence in the band. ‘Four‘ landed on my own Best Albums Of 2017 list [link] and now, singer Alex Mitchell, guitarist Billy Tsounis, bassist John Sharkey, and drummer Scotty Slam, are making moves once again.

First comes the brand new official video premiere of “Princess Of Mars“, one of the more melodic, profoundly alluring compositions on ‘Four’. The slowly simmering, catchy nuances within the track recall the classic rock of acts like The Doors merged with 90s era Brit Pop ala Blur or Oasis.

Check out the new video below, but before you do, CIRCUS OF POWER issued a new non-album single earlier this month, “Dirty Rock Band“. The song is reminiscent of vintage C.O.P. – upbeat, gritty, and aggressive – through and through. Dig it, brothers and sisters!


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