Atlantic recording group Circa Survive has announced details of their first touring plans for 2011.  The Doylestown, PA-based rock band will be teaming up with Anberlin for a co-headlining run that kicks off on January 14th at The National in Richmond, VA (see attached itinerary).  Foxy Shazam will be supporting on all dates.  Tickets go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, November 24th at 10:00am (local time to each individual venue/market).  As a bonus to their hardcore fans, pre-sale tickets are available to members of Circa Survive’s exclusive Creature Club now, in advance of the general pre-sale which begins at 12:00noon tomorrow, November 19th.  For more information, visit http://tixx1.artistarena.com/circasurvive/.

The announcement comes as Circa Survive prepare to release a five song collection of previously unreleased material.  Set for release on November 30th, “APPENDAGE” serves as an extension of their most recent full length, “BLUE SKY NOISE,” featuring a number of b-sides from that album’s recording studio sessions as well as a demo recording from the band’s writing sessions.  “APPENDAGE” can be pre-ordered now via the official Circa Survive online store at http://store.circasurvive.com/category/store/appendage-pre-order/.

In other news, Circa Survive is wrapping up their highly successful headlining tour, which has sold out in nearly every market across the country.  Their latest single, “I Felt Free” is currently at Modern Rock radio.  An exclusive live companion video for the song recently premiered on SPIN.com.

Circa Survive is:  Nick Beard (bass), Steve Clifford (drum), Brendan Ekstrom (guitar), Colin Frangicetto (guitar), Anthony Green (vocals)

For up-to-the-minute news and information, please visit www.circasurvive.com, www.myspace.com/circasurvive.

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(Co-headlining Tour with Anberlin)

(Foxy Shazam supporting)

JANUARY

14                    Richmond, VA                                   The National

15                    Charlotte, NC                                    Amos Southend

16                    Asheville, NC                                     The Orange Peel

18                    Sauget, IL                                           Pop’s

19                    Omaha, NE                                       Slowdown

20                    Des Moines, IA                                   People’s Court

21                    Grand Rapids, MI                              Orbit Room

22                    Columbus, OH                                  Newport Music Hall

24                    Cincinnati, OH                                  Bogart’s

26                    Baltimore, MD                                   Ram’s Head Live

28                    Rochester, NY                                    Water Street Music Hall

29                    Clifton Park, NY                               Northern Lights

30                    Allentown, PA                                    Crocodile Rock

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