Los Angeles, CA psych pop/acid folk band, Thanks. just released a new single, “Loose Gun” which is off the band’s full length album, Colfax. This song uses the band’s infectious pop melodies with psychedelic synth vibes and catchy choral lyrics, creating the ultimate summer anthem.

 After meeting at Berklee College of Music in 2009, the duo emerged shortly after. It was then that Steve Pagano and Mario Borgatta realized they shared the same sentiment for music and how aligned their goal really was. Together they have accomplished this goal in crafting a sound which is simultaneously unique and accessible to the masses. They set out with the intent to express their story through an artistic portrayal of music and lyrics, and prevailed in culminating a winning formula which can resonate with their audiences.

Their highly anticipated debut album Colfax, named after the location of their recording studio and where the majority of the album was conceived, is the result of the pair uniting and a culmination of their mutual thoughts and beliefs. Colfax depicts the duo’s endeavor in stepping away from the grasp of musical elitism and producing material which is true to not only themselves, but to the world around them. The importance of making a record which was relatable to different people was crucial.

“Whatever the theme is, we do our best to keep it transparent so it can be interpreted in different ways”, admits Borgatta. thanks. pride themselves on being people who are in touch with the universe and the people who occupy it. This assimilation with the people can be felt in their music and there is no mistake, it’s genuine.

Make sure to stay tuned with the band on social media for future music, tours, and more!

https://twitter.com/thanks_theband
https://www.instagram.com/thanks.theband

 

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