Calloway Circus Share New Single “Unpredictable”

Alternative-pop duo Calloway Circus have shared “Unpredictable“, the latest single off their upcoming album Entropy. Fans can watch the music video, which premiered yesterday on Pure Grain Audio, here:

“Unpredictable” is also available to stream, here: Earlier this month, the band shared the album’s first single, “GRAY“. Entropy is due to be released February 14th, 2020.

Speaking to the new single, lead vocalist Ben McGuiness said, “‘Unpredictable’ is about losing somebody who was a big part of your life. Either they’re gone forever, or at least not in your life anymore.”  He continued, “I really wanted this song to speak to people, as I wrote it about losing a relationship with my best friend. I looked to modern emo icons like Lil Peep and nothing, nowhere for the first half of the song, but then looked back to my roots of My Chemical Romance and Taking Back Sunday to make the end of the song as emotional as possible.”

Entropy was produced by Jeff McKinnon and Evan Seeberger in Lancaster, PA. Additional production was done by Jesse Cale (“Kind to Myself”) and Josh and Noah Ryan (“Oxygen”). Jimmy Alexander, lead singer of Awaken I Am, mixed “Mess”, “GRAY”, “Look What You’ve Done”, and “Lose Your Mind”.

Driven by tireless creativity and endless fan support, Calloway Circus have been able to push through the St. Louis music scene and rise with the best of them.

With a new record set to release in February 2020, a summer tour on the horizon, and writing sessions in the works for their next endeavor, there’s no slowing down for Calloway Circus come 2020. For more information, please visit:

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