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Thousand Thoughts welcome the release of their eponymous debut EP!

Enfield pop-metal quartet Thousand Thoughts are thrilled to welcome the release of their eponymous debut EP via Marshall Records and Eleven Seven Music. To celebrate, the band are marking the occasion with the release of a brand new music video for their latest single, ‘Ignite’.

Focusing directly on the visual representation of their latest video single, vocalist Ethan Smith explains:

Our feelings are like notes. You could have a thousand things written out, or it could just remain blank. Sometimes we might rip it up out of frustration, leave it on the side to come back to later, burn it away for a completely new page… Its endless. Either way, everybody holds their ‘notes’ dear to them – whether temporarily, or all the time.

I sat in the garden with Jack writing the lyrics with him,” continues Smith, highlighting the band’s hopes to keep ‘Ignite’ open to individual interpretation. “His meaning behind ‘Ignite’ is different to mine, but that’s exactly what I feel this song is about. We all have our own stories to tell when it comes to finding who we truly are. I’ll save my in-depth story behind this song for another time.

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