These days, it’s a minor miracle that anything new gets created. Between working a job you hate just to pay the bills, spending hours over school and homework, and countless side-hustles to make ends meet; it’s hard to find time to do anything else. Yet singer/songwriter Colleen Dow, the frontperson behind Thank You, I’m Sorry, seems to thrive on it all. Behind their acoustic guitar, Dow sings confessionals with heart-on-the-sleeve lyrics that every 20-something can relate to.
Thank You, I’m Sorry’s “The Malta House” is a chronicle of the most definitive period of your life. It’s messy, it’s stressful- but it makes for a damn good album. This is the soundtrack of your 20s. Sing along and get through it together.