Are you stuck in a rut? Is your life going around in circles? I have a solution for you.
Hi, Daniel Thomas here, and today I’m going to improve your mental health and wellbeing by playing just one song. A brilliant piece of art by grunge duo Francis Of Delirium. But before I proceed, can you all sign this non-disclosure agreement and put your mobile phones on silent? Thanks! We don’t want any distractions. Let’s proceed.
Right, the song I’m about to play is called Circles. Please be advised; it will jump through your earhole, poke around your brain and try and locate your deepest and darkest memories. Don’t be worried or afraid; it’s all part of the ride. When the track finishes, you’ll leave this room feeling rejuvenated and ready to take on the world. Remember that gluten-free bakery you were going to open? You now have an order for three thousand cakes. That photography website you had planned on designing? You’ve just booked time off work to finish it. Circles isn’t just a song; it’s an adventure everyone needs to experience. Let’s begin.
The creator of the project goes by the name of Jana Bahrich, an eighteen-year-old singer-songwriter from Canada, and her vocal stylings are reminiscent of that feeling of despair, of no hope, a passionate cry for help. You’ll want to hug Circles, bake it a cake or even make it a cup of hot chocolate. It’s merely heart-crushing, but ultimately therapeutic. Those horrible and horrific memories will feel more like events that have shaped you for the better.
It’s over! You’re cured! Now share the song and let the rest of the world enjoy Circles. If you want to leave a donation, you can by streaming the band’s back catalogue multiple times, buying their merch, and going to their live shows. They’ll have a flat cap on the floor ready and waiting. Throw your change in that. Thanks.