Pics by Nevaeh Anning
On Saturday 7 October, Birmingham’s Paradise Circus played to a packed room at the O2 Institute3 – with support from Pentire and Sunbalm.
Formed in 2019, Paradise Circus have been carving out their top spot in the city’s indie rock scene for four years now.
Amassing a rafter reaching army of fans, the Birmingham born five piece managed to maintain their nascent momentum during ‘the lockdown years’ – storming back into the live circuit as doors reopened, and releasing a series of singles since their debut ‘Fight It’ in 2019.
Paradise Circus released their latest double a-side single in June this year, featuring ‘Fly’ and ‘Sanguinem’ – and have a high-profile supporting gig coming up before Christmas, playing alongside Sundra Karma at XOYO in Birmingham on 24 November.
And having previously sold out shows at The Sunflower Lounge and the O2 Institute2, Paradise Circus rammed their recent home city show in October – back at the O2 Institute, and following a gig at the Marrs Bar in Worcester the previous month.
Nevaeh Anning was at the O2 Institute3 on 7 October to shoot a special PHOTO GALLERY for Birmingham Review – see below.
Paradise Circus @ O2 Institute3 – 7 October / Nevaeh Anning
Paradise Circus will be supporting Sundra Karma at XOYO in Birmingham on 24 November, for more gig info and links to tickets visit: www.xoyobirmingham.co.uk/#whats-on
For more on Paradise Circus visit www.paradisecircusuk.com
For more from the O2 Institute, including full event programme and links to online ticket sales, visit www.academymusicgroup.com/o2institutebirmingham