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Weepers Circus

Weepers Circus

Weepers Circus


Describing the Weepers Circus is a very perilous exercise. It’s simply impossible to categorize them. Their creations have gone in lots of different directions as the years had gone by. They started as a medieval rock band and evolved into a fabulous and genuine band with a great bunch of different musical influences that makes it so unique. To understand what the Weepers Circus is, you need to catch the train of their music, jump in it, and hold it tight, because you’ll be taken in lots of new places. Read more on Last.fm
Describing the Weepers Circus is a very perilous exercise. It’s simply impossible to categorize them. Their creations have gone in lots of different directions as the years had gone by. They started as a medieval rock band and evolved into a fabulous and genuine band with a great bunch of different musical influences that makes it so unique. To understand what the Weepers Circus is, you need to catch the train of their music, jump in it, and hold it tight, because you’ll be taken in lots of new places.

You’ll discover a whole new world of colours, emotions and feelings. With their last album called “La monstrueuse parade” they invite you to discover or rediscover the atmosphere of the Tod Browning’s movie “Freaks” (from 1932). The first two songs (“Seul”, “La dignité”) are quite rock and give a dynamic tone to the record. Then the atmosphere changes and you get wrap in a dress of smooth as the first note of the song “L’oiseau de Paradis” comes to your ears. This warm and lovely atmosphere last during the next two songs called “Janvier” and “En rêve”. You are taken away from your reverie by the amazing voice of the French artist Olivia Ruiz, who has joined the Circus on the song “Sans vous aimer”. This song gives a new energy and opens the doors on a new picture, jazzier and lighter.

First there is the song called “La fille et le loup” that is a kind of caricature of the fairy Little red riding hood. With this song, the Weepers Circus shows you that you can be great artists, with a real and deep universe and a true talent, without taking yourself seriously. It’s an evidence of their sense of humour! The next 2 songs called “Quelqu’un” and “La dernière pluie” and the duet with Isabelle Lux “Tu perds ton temps” keep the same energy, but have deeper meanings. Even if the lyrics are full of emotions, and sometimes of sadness, these songs make you feel like Charlie Chaplin when he was singing in the rain! The song called “La parole perdue” is a perfect transition that drives you from the sweetness of the song called “Larme” to the liveliness and keenness of “Ca passe”. Then comes the song called “L’une des nôtres” directly inspired by the Tod Browning’ movie from 1932 (“Freaks”).

This song is very strong and the brasses give it a darker and deeper dimension. And finally, our five weepers give you the coup de grace with their last song “Le monstre”. If you’ve been strong enough to restrain your tears during the listening of the record, this song will manage to draw tears from you! When the listening is over, you get this strange feeling of having been knocked out by someone. In a little less than one hour, you’ve gone through so many different emotions that you hardly know where you are left now the music has been turn off! You need to be warned: Their music is a drug, and you can easily get addicted!! But don’t worry, this kind of drug is very healthy! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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