Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Think Sanity. I discovered this Band while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked their music a lot.
I immediately appreciated the compositional style of this band.
A very refined Alternative rock with continuous rhythmic and harmonic variations.
The chord progression is never predictable and banal and the listener remains glued to the speakers from the first to the last second.
This musical project is relatively new but it seems that these guys have spent a lot of time in the rehearsal room to achieve such an enviable sound understanding.
The production is good and especially the mix that leaves the right space for each sound element and the song breathes well.
Particular mention to the singer who with her passionate and sincere way of interpreting the lyrics adds even more charm to the entire production.
Go and listen to them, it is worth it!
Closest To Happy is Think Sanity’s Single Out Now!
Modern and Refined!
Think Sanity as you know it came to be in late 2020 with Trent, Andie and Jack finding themselves in need of a drummer after some unfortunate events with a former project. After about a month of searching, they found Chris Collins. Having spent much of 2019 and 2020 on hiatus, the band returned after working to develop new writing styles in which every members’ skill set was used to their fullest; while, maintaining their focus on making songs dealing topics such as mental health with the satirical style that had lead them to launch Think Sanity to begin with.
With the help of Producer/Engineer Brett Ryan Stewart of WireBird Productions, this merry band of four has been hard at work recording their sophomore record that ties together the good and bad sides of mental health, returning to live performances across the southeast, and providing love and music to anyone who needs it.
As Jack once said, Think Sanity is serious music for people who struggle to be serious. The band continues to push forward under the premise of being “a musical mixing pot of all the things we need to say, but can’t,” stating that Think Sanity has something for any and all who are willing to listen.