The Circus Is in Town

With Otis in place, the Circus is forging ahead with a number of projects. The combo has completed a split seven-inch (with the Nobodys) to be issued on Boulder's Soda Jerk imprint and will appear on a compilation from the folks who put out the fanzine Suburban Home. In addition, the trio has cut a version of Colorado's official tune, "Where the Columbines Grow," for a disc of state songs due out soon on New Jersey's Coolidge Records. The Pinheads are so pleased with their rewrite of this ditty that they're currently planning to shoot a video to accompany it. Trelvis divulges that the guys will wear their "snazziest Hawaiian shirts" during the clip--"and when the chorus kicks in, we're going to show the shittiest parts of Denver." Otis also promises John Waters-esque images of "rotund women with big hair." In the meantime, the three are also developing material for another full-length, which they hope to get into stores sometime in 1997. Trelvis vows that the opus will be tougher than Groundbreaking yet still include "our beat-around-the-bush way of saying how we live and what we believe in.

"We're just about having a good time--that's why we started the band," he continues. "I mean, if you're not enjoying yourself, then why are you still alive?

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