Four Ring Circus Explicit Lyrics
In 2005, Jeff Gowins went insane. After experiencing one powerful, ethereal vision of the inevitable human apocolypse, he knew he had to tell the story of The Office Building, which was the crux of Earth's cataclysmic end. Taking notes from Burgess, Orwell, and Bradbury, "Four Ring Circus" is the tale of a totalitarian slave complex and the four children who managed to escape from it and begin the revolution. "Four Ring Circus" clocks in at an astonishing 65 minutes. The band has evolved to include swirling atmospheres, buzzsaw guitar riffs, brooding bass, and sparkling piano touches to their catchy dance-punk style.
About the Artist
Jeff Gowins, vocalist of Mighty Mohawk Man, has likened himself to a prophet, a messenger of a story sent by some divine being. "The story of The Office came to me in a dream," he said. "And a voice like, spoke and said 'This is your purpose.' This new album really isn't our album, we're just playing along with the story some presence is feeding to us." Backed by Kyle Laudermilt, guitar, and Joe Jovingo, keyboard, the band presents the tale of The Office Building, a story-arc presented on the band's upcoming second album, "Four Ring Circus," is a universal parable about four children who escape the confines of a totalitarian slave camp in the future. Slowly, they are picked off one by one when they begin life anew on the outside. Some prisoners see their deaths as a warning, and to others, it is a signal of hope. The band now focuses its attention on swirling atmospheres, layered melodies, and meaningful lyrics that present a complex narrative.
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