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Circadian Clock is a 4 piece rock band originally formed in 2008, and relaunched in 2014. Their fusion of many different styles may make it difficult to pinpoint them under one square genre, but they prefer it that way, and promise you'll enjoy the ride between Rock, Pop, Punk, Jazz, Classical, Metal, and everything else. They've played all over the city at venues like Lincoln Center, Webster Hall, The Knitting Factory, The Bitter End, and The Boston Freedom Rally with over 30k attendance. They've been featured by iHeart Radio, Afropunk, Arts Illustrated, and had their videos broadcast to millions of screens in clubs, stores, and homes across America via the Pulse Network, Rockwell, H2o network and countless others. Their unique blend of cultures, genres and styles creates a sound truly unlike anything else. Dark musical themes juxtapose their playful personas, while their high energy performances are met alongside their intense classical training and an obsession for their craft.
But above all else, they would love nothing more than the opportunity to melt some faces - and hearts.







Lead Vocals /Violin/Guitar / Melissa/‘Baethoven’
Lead Guitar / Ari Friedman
Bass / Mike Delfino
Drums / Leo Freire



    Mar 1st - Kingsland

(269 Norman Ave, Brooklyn - Doors @ 7, Circadian @ 10:00 - $15 at the door/$12 in advance - email for tickets)

mar 30th - The Hideout

(8415 5th Avenue, Brooklyn - Doors @ 6 pm - FREE)


selected Press

iHeart Radio

Interview with Ronnie Scalzo, Producer of the Elvis Duran and the Morning Show on Z100

Afro Punk

Circadian Clock Feature



Next Mosh

Gig Coverage For A Very Vile Birthday

Arts Illustrated

Melissa Vile Kingdom Interview

Crash Chords

Song Shots: "Brightside"