Think Sanity – ‘Think Safely’
‘Think Safely’ is the brilliant ten-track album from the Anniston-based band, Think Sanity. It is an addictive alternative-rock release that will have you reaching for the repeat button!
‘Trainwreck’ opens the album to an energetic guitar and full backing band. We love the vocals, which are filled with passion and fire. Lyrically, the track feels like a personal song that hits the listener hard.
‘Con Man’ is a stand-out song with an addictive groove from the get-go. We love the unpredictable chordal progressions, making the song stand out from the crowd.
‘Heroin(E)’ has a staccato nature from the opening. Again, the lyrics are of the highest standard, and the chorus is catchy with a hard-hitting message.
‘Fractured Ghost’ is a brilliant track with layered vocals that have been mixed excellently. Finally, ‘Closest to Happy’ closes the release and leaves the listener wanting more!
Think Sanity say about their music, “We call ourselves an emo band, and we tend to focus writing about dealing with mental health.” They continue, “Though we do like to dip our toes into things like Godzilla, marvel, other strange topics along the way. And you can always learn more about our daily lives via our podcast.”
Brett Ryan Stewart
In Nashville, ‘Think Safely’ was recorded by Wire Bird Productions, with producer and sound engineering Brett Ryan Stewart. Together the team have crafted a body of work that firmly puts Think Sanity as a band to watch this Spring 2022.
Think Sanity cites their influences as coming from artists such as Beartooth, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Dance Gavin Dance, Paramore, and Taking Back Sunday. Think Sanity have crafted their own unique style and stand shoulder to shoulder with any of these bands.
‘Think Safely’ is the second album from this magnificent group. It follows on from their 2019 self-titled debut release. After hearing ‘Think Safely’, we can not wait to check out the band’s back catalogue too!
So make sure you check out ‘Think Safely’ today; you will not be disappointed!
FVMusicBlog March 2022
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