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A breath of fresh air!

I'm been following these guys since their debut and patiently waiting their third installment with this release. No title. Just music. This record is a breath of fresh air! They never stray from their signature sound. It's honest music with real lyrics. There's beauty in these songs. I'm stoked to see them this month in CT. They hold a special place in my life with their song 'Never Stop ' which was my wedding song. Can't wait to see what new memories are formed with these new tunes. Thanks for a great record guys. Totally worth the wait :)

Waited 4 years for this

It was well worth it.

AMAZING!!

SafetySuit never disappoint. This Album is On Point!

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Tulsa, OK

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

When most bands begin to build up enough of a buzz in their hometowns that a move to a more "music biz"-oriented city may be in the offing, the choice is usually New York or Los Angeles. For Tulsa-born SafetySuit, however, the destination was Nashville, Tennessee. Originally known as Crew, singer/guitarist Doug Brown, drummer Tate Cunningham, and bassist Jeremy Henshaw (with two other members in the ranks at the time) first came to prominence in their Oklahoma hometown after winning a talent show...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Nov 04, 2016

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