Indiana local Haley Fohr began her experimental indie folk task Circuit des Yeux in 2007, composing and self-recording disturbing, nightmare-like atonal items caked in distortion and tape hiss. Her debut LP, Symphone, premiered in a restricted release by De Stijl in 2008, adopted in ’09 2009 from the more accessible Sirenum on a single label, and a 7″ solitary on Dull Blade Records. 2010 noticed the discharge of Ode to Fidelity, a three-song 7″ EP on De Stijl which signaled Fohr’s change to even more song-based material, allowing her deep, haunting vocals and unsettling lyrics rise towards the forefront. Third recording Portrait showed up on De Stijl in 2011, wearing a very much clearer documenting quality, and a dirge-like deconstruction of Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m burning” documented live. Fohr graduated university in 2012, and relocated from Bloomington, Indiana to Chicago, where she started collaborating and carrying out with several performers in the city’s huge music areas. The 1st fruits of her collaborations arrived in early 2013 using the launch of CDY3, a 10″ EP on Magnetic South showcasing a trio lineup of Circuit des Yeux, with bassist Greg Simpson and drummer Clarke Joyner associated Fohr’s vocals and acoustic guitar playing. Fohr documented the 4th Circuit des Yeux record, Overdue, with Cooper Crain of Cave and Bitchin Bajas, and self-released the record along with help from Brooklyn-based Ba Da Bing Information. The record continued Fohr’s development as an musician and songwriter, offering confessional folk tracks aswell as caterwauling experimental sound parts, and was her most well-received and acclaimed function to time. Circuit des Yeux toured thoroughly in 2014, playing over 100 displays with many folk and experimental music artists, including Loren Connors, Sir Richard Bishop, and Costs Callahan. Toward the finish of the entire year, Fohr added vocals towards the Voice Moving, an record by Brain Over Mirrors, the synthesizer/harmonium-based experimental ambient task of ex-Peeesseye musician Jaime Fennelly. The record premiered on cassette by Defense Recordings in early 2015, as well as the duo toured jointly. Immediately after, Circuit des Yeux agreed upon with well-regarded Chicago-based indie/experimental label Thrill Jockey, who released the project’s lushly orchestrated 5th record, In Plain Talk, in-may of 2015.