Music News — June 9, 2016 at 7:00 am

My Secret Circus release ‘No Cigar’


MSCMelbourne four piece MY SECRET CIRCUS (MSC) breath life back into rock metal with the release of their new controversial single ‘No Cigar’, which is turning heads and gathering fans world wide.

MSC have played at both Australian and International premier live music venues, most recently the iconic West Hollywood landmark The Viper Room and Australia’s own ANZ Stadium. They have also shared the stage with some of the biggest names in the game including Van Halen, Aerosmith, Karnivool, and many, many more.

MY SECRET CIRCUS mesh together rock, groove and catchy vocals to create a memorable sound and a live experience that is one not to be missed. This Melbourne rap/rock outfit creates an exciting and addictive groove that takes you on a thunderous rollercoaster ride of anthems.

Having spent the last 2 years in and out of L.A working on new tracks, the band has worked and recorded with some of the biggest names in the industry.

It’s been a crazy two years for MSC, the band is constantly learning and growing. All members of the band have come from various sections of the Melbourne music scene and have a strong history with many well known local bands.

Realising their shared ambition, the boys decided to join forces and take their passion to the next level.

No Cigar sends a positive message about fighting the battles and getting through the ups and downs of this tough industry.

“You do all this hard work for so long and you find somebody tying you down with broken promises and dictating what you can and cannot do.. No Cigar is a bit of a F**k You to those people” explains the band’s front man, Daniel Marazita

Now with the release of the new single ‘No Cigar’, MSC are ready to take on the world! This single represents the band’s road to doing things for themselves, on their own terms. It’s an exciting time for MSC – it’s time to discover the Secret that is building and spreading from Australia.

The Circus is coming to town – so don’t miss it!

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