Singled Out: Oliver Trolley's Circles

Today Kevin Childs from Oliver Trolley tells us about the title track from their debut EP "Circles," which was released last week. Here is the story:

It all started at a restaurant/bar called En Fuego located on the 101 in Del Mar, California. I was meeting up with a group of people for a friends 22nd birthday party. While I was there chatting with some friends, I ran into this girl that I had met previously through the same group of people. We started talking and hit it off right away. A couple drinks and a cab ride later we were at my house happy as can be. We had a great time that night and it wasn't till the next day that I found out she had a boyfriend. Woops…. To top it all off she also told me that she was a dancer… and I'm not talking about a ballerina. Anyways, shortly after our little scandalous vacation she broke up with her boyfriend and we started seeing each other very regularly. At first, I didn't attach too many emotions so her dancing didn't really bother me. It was a very physical relationship and I kept it at that. But after a while I started to really like this girl which set me up for some problems, the main one was dealing with people close to me finding out about how she was making a living. In the end, it was a little too much so I had to cut it off.

I wrote the lyrics for 'Circles' shortly after the relationship had ended. I was feeling kind pissed off because I had stopped seeing this girl that I really liked because I was worried about what people would think of me. For some reason I channeled some of that anger towards her and you can definitely feel that in the song. I may have been a little too rough on her but hey, that's what I was feeling at the time, and that's about as honest as I can get.

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the album right here!

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