Fleeting Circus

Fleeting Circus

 Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, BRA

Fleeting Circus is a Brazilian band that was formed in 2011, bringing together a large variety of musical and artistic genres, such as Post-Rock, Art Rock, Neo-psychedelia, Electronica and even circus performances.


Fleeting Circus' debut album was released in October 2014, while on tour in the US. The album was produced by the band and Alexandre Griva n Rio de Janeiro, at Melhor do Mundo Studios. Matt Wallace (Faith No More, Maroon 5) was in charge of the mixing and Jonathan Wyner (David Bowie, Nirvana) worked on the master.

Fleeting Circus has worked on many projects spanning through almost every area of the entertainment industry. During 2012 and 2013, the band performed live its original soundtrack for a circus spectacle, called Unicirco Rock Show. There were over 500 performances for a crowd that surpassed 700,000 people. The band also hit the theater stage in September 2015 presenting a special circus performance called "Unicirco in Concert".

Fleeting Circus then moved on to be the house band for a comedy TV show called Divertics. It aired every Sunday on Brazil’s largest television network featuring the band’s live music between scenes.

In 2015 Fleeting Circus released a documentary series about its first tour in the US, which was called "Brooklyn Days". It premiered on the band”s YouTube channel and it featured on a large number of important Brazilian music websites.

Right now, Fleeting Circus is working on the original score for the Brazilian action movie E.A.S. The film is set to premiere in 2015 and the band will release a soundtrack album. 


2011 - Dream World Of Magic (EP)
2014 - Fleeting Circus