The orchestral rise in the first few bars of the song lifts its audience to a happier state, which coincidentally harmonises perfectly with the true start of the British summer.

The vocals carry an effortless nonchalance to them, previously perfected by The Strokes vocalist Julian Casablancas and more recently adopted by Van McCann of Catfish and the Bottlemen. This, coupled with a Temples-esque psych rock undertone, gives ‘The Circle’ an invitingly dreamlike aura and allows the listener to hark back to nostalgic memories of hazy summers past.

This is a new project from the Dublin five-piece, who’s current members arrive from Biggles Flys Again, The Chapters, Jethro Pickett and Woodheart. It seems now, Tomorrows have got the combination just right.