An emerging cinematic force with the hard rock scene, Thousand Frames have recently shared a powerful new single that artfully encapsulates the painful journey of breaking free from betrayal. Titled ‘Done Blaming Myself’, it’s a single that perfectly blends titanic metalcore sounds with poignant lyrics, and an undeniable sense of empowerment.
Released last month alongside a brilliant music video, ‘Done Blaming Myself’ sees Thousand Frames teaming up with Mirza Radonjica of Siamese to create pure, metalcore magic. A powerful single steeped in raw, emotional moments, the new single delivers an unforgettable listening experience that is sure to impress. Continuing to push the boundaries of their sound, the new track perfectly blends with Thousand Frame’s style, building on cathartic sounds and fierce instrumentals.
Together with Mirza, the track is an expressive and wonderfully authentic experience, layering intensity and emotion perfectly to ensure that every listener feels its weight. An anthem of empowerment and resilience, ‘Done Blaming Myself’ sits perfectly within Thousand Frame’s arsenal, beckoning listeners to embark on a journey that sparks renewed vigour and drive, no matter their path in life.
Hailing from the heart of Denver, Colorado, Thousand Frames is the impressive musical project of singer-songwriters Kyle Kaufman and Kelsey Marchman. Started in December of 2012, the band have quickly become a fixture of their local scene, lashing out with powerful melodies and electronic compositions on top of loud guitars and punctual drums.
Fueled by a tapestry of potent melodies and intricate electronic arrangements intertwined with the commanding resonance of guitars and precisely timed drums, Thousand Frames redefines the very essence of musical engagement. Drawing inspiration from the likes of RED, Chevelle, Starset, Bring Me The Horizon, and Siamese, the band pioneers a fresh echelon of distinctive compositions, ushering in novel sonic dimensions not only to Denver's music landscape but also beyond.
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