thanks. is a Los Angeles-based psych pop/acid folk band. Not too long ago, they released a music video for “Your World”. The lead song off their upcoming “Colfax” album. The political-orientated song is catchy. And we embraced it after one listen.


Steve Pagano & Mario Borgatta. Photo courtesy of thanks.

“The idea was inspired by George Orwell’s “Nineteen Eighty-Four”. Though our lyrics aren’t meant to express any opinion towards a specific political idea or belief, we hope to motivate people to take action in what they believe in.”


The Kevin Hinman & Luke Richmond-directed video shows a mascot dancing in different areas. Chicken-headed security agents are watching the mascot on a black-and-white monitor.


“Well, here’s my thought. I’m in when you’re out. The pride you hide goes up when I’m down. All my life, I do what you say. Filling these lungs pretend it’s okay. Oh, my God, there’s something I fear. In four years’ time, there’s nothing you hear. Promise me it’s all gonna change. And nothing does it’s always the same.”

thanks. thanks. is promoting another single, entitled, “Loose Gun”. The song has a summery vibe. And you can check it out via SoundCloud.



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In 2009, thanks. met at Berklee College of Music. They have crafted a unique sound that’s accessible to the masses.
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