When it comes to creating rock music, it’s essential to keep pace with the ever-evolving musical landscape. I know I harp on about this quite a bit, but there’s no denying that sticking to the past won’t get you anywhere. Nostalgia and comfort zones have their merits, but real change only comes from breaking free of the same old routine.

That’s why bands like Thank You George are a breath of fresh air. They take rock music as a starting point and then venture into uncharted territory, embracing a sound that’s drenched in shoegaze reverie, dreamy nuances, lush cinematic textures, and expansive sonic horizons.

“Weight” is a prime example of this evolutionary journey in action.

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