circle jCircle J have been playing their folk infused punk since 2002. With their infectious mix of stomping punk and sing-along folktales has been steadily gaining momentum. Their first full-blown album ‘Fat Man’s Chest’ released in 2007 was well-received.
The Dutch band uses all kinds of authentic folk-instruments like bagpipes, accordion, banjo, mandolin, cross flute and tin whistle.
Circle J have shared the stage with acts like Dropkick Murphys and The Real McKenzies.