Formed in 2008, current line-up of the quartet features Zaki Adnan on vocals, Zulyad Islam Quazi on drums and percussions, Tanjib Chowdhury on guitars and additional vocal, and Efaz R Khan on bass
The experimental band Circus Police performed at a gig, One Night Stand with a promise to make a comeback, and be regular in the music scene after a long break. The concert was held at 3rd Space in the city on Friday.
The event saw a good turnout, and fans and family members of the band were in the audience to support its members. Zaki Adnan, vocalist of the band tried to make the session interactive, and engage the audience with their music, and be a part of the performance.
The band opened the show with the Beatles’ number, Come Together. Next cover song was, Killing In The Name by Rage Against the Machine (RATM).
The protest song of RATM never fails to make the audience bang their heads, and create a moshpit at any concert. Circus Police pulled off the song to perfection. The crowd, mostly consisting of youngsters, enjoyed the band’s performance throughout the session.
The band also performed one of its signature songs, Onushoron. Circus Police also performed its other original tracks including Thankyou For Not Smoking, and Ratrir Prohori, among others.
Formed in 2008, current line-up of the quartet features Zaki Adnan on vocals, Zulyad Islam Quazi on drums and percussions, Tanjib Chowdhury on guitars and additional vocal, and Efaz R Khan on bass.