Thantophobe is a songwriter based out of Philadelphia who definitely channels a lot of the Philly vibes on their new track “In the Place Where You Were Young.”
It’s a chugging rock anthem that takes inspiration from acts like The War On Drugs and Kurt Vile, with a little bit of Bruce Springsteen in there as well. There are no tricks of gimmicks, this is just good old fashioned rock and roll that means business and delivers exactly on that promise.
Find the newly released music video below, along with a description about the song from Thantophobe:
“In the Place Where You Were Young” is a song dealing with suicide and the devastation/ripple effect it has on family and friends. It was written from personal experience and from the place of losing someone close to me as well as supporting someone going through the devastation of this type of loss.