After going back to his hometown of Philadelphia for a dental appointment, Anthony Green went to the airport to return to California and Saosin. However, while on a layover in Pheonix, he suddenly had an epiphany - that despite the fact that Saosin was close to breaking out, he knew he would be miserable if he returned. To him, Saosin was "a girl that you had great sex with, yet had little in common with." He returned to Colin Frangicetto, a friend who he had "jammed" with during his stay, and they decided to begin recording and recruiting. Thus, Circa Survive was born.
Colin Frangicetto and Anthony Green, with full support from Equal Vision Records, then recruited Brendan Ekstrom. Ekstrom had been Frangicetto's bandmate in This Day Forward, which had recently disbanded. Both Ekstrom and Frangicetto had toured with Taken during their This Day Forward days, and procured Nick Beard, Previous Bassist of Taken, as Circa Survive's next member. The band met Steve Clifford through Vadim Taver of the band Marigold; "[Steve] jammed with us for a week and from there it was on," says Frangicetto.
To date, Circa Survive has released two versions of the song "Handshakes at Sunrise" on two different 2004 sampler discs from Equal Vision Records, as well as a 2005 limited edition tour EP called The Inuit Sessions. A full length album Juturna was released April 19th, 2005.
Circa Survive now has many national tours under their belt. They toured in the winter of 2005 with My Chemical Romance and Thrice. That summer they co-headlined a tour. Circa Survive has also opened for Mae and Dredg on each of their headlining runs. Circa Survive played The Bamboozle Festival in New Jersey in 2005 and 2006.  They also played a few dates on The Vans Warped Tour in 2005. In early 2006, they took on a tour of Europe with Coheed and Cambria and Thrice, after having previously completed a tour in September 2005 with Motion City Soundtrack. They also toured with Saves The Day, Moneen, and Pistolita. In the summer of 2006, they embarked on their first headlining tour The Twilight Army Tour, with The Receiving End of Sirens, Days Away, Portugal. The Man, YouInSeries, and more.
On November 1st, after their show at the Venue of Scottsdale in Scottsdale AZ, guitarist Colin Frangicetto was asked by one of the fans if there were any plans for a live DVD release. Colin said that he was in the process of editing a lot of live footage for a possible DVD release.
On August 28, 2006 In an Live Acoustic Session on Steven's Untitled Rock Show on Fuse TV, they played a new song called "Miracle Sun". It is not known if this is a song that did not make Juturna or it is going to be on the new record. Also, there are two new songs entitled “The Difference Between Medicine and Poison is the Dose” and "Semi-Constructive Criticism" which Anthony has also sometimes called "Why Did I Cut My Fucking Hair?".
Source On November 27th of 2006 the band announced that they were recording a new album via their Myspace page. Details as to its sound remained vague, although the band stated they would keep their fans posted via their website, Myspace page, Purevolume page, and Youtube page. The album will be produced by Brian McTernan at Salad Days Studios in Baltimore.
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