Released on February 24, There Goes the Neighborhood is the fourth (and latest) album from Nashville artist Sam Tinnesz. The LP arrived with the focus track, “Prozac Perfect”. There is also an arresting visual accompanying the track
This new album finds Sam experimenting with a new sound: 90’s rock heavy on hip hop influences. “Prozac Perfect” encapsulates this style.
“‘There Goes the Neighborhood’ has been a brain child of mine for the last few years, and I am so excited to finally get it all out!” the musician exclaims. “I wanted to make a record that felt like the person that I am when you’re hanging out with me, not just some romanticized character. It’s tongue in cheek lyrics, anthemic choruses and singable guitar solos all wrapped in a hip-hop meets rock, candy coated shell. It was wild how stepping out to make this collection of songs led to me to working with some of my music heroes like Dashboard Confessional and The All- American Rejects. This album is a bit of a roller coaster and I hope it makes you laugh and think until you sing and cry your face off. I think by far it’s my most vulnerable record I’ve made yet and really was a labor of love from start to finish.”
Listen to the album on Spotify an follow Sam Tinnesz on Instagram.
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