You’ve Got To Hear Thrice’s Acoustic Version of “Black Honey”

I was really bummed when Thrice called it quits, thankfully, they cut the non-senese and released an incredible album, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere, earlier this year. And it doesn’t suck – it’s actually really good! The single from the album, “Black Honey” is such a great song – Dustin Kensrue sounds as good as ever! And in this acoustic version, he sounds as good as he’s ever sounded!

If you’re not familiar with Thrice, you really need to check them out! Their 2003 album, The Artist In The Ambulance is the place to start. It’s one of my favorite album and one I can listen to from start to finish still. It’s very nostalgic and takes me to a special time in my life! The band is from Irvine, CA, and the album was released during my freshmen year in college at UC Irvine, so it played a huge part of my year and the hometown college really adopted and supported the band. I actually saw Thrice at UC Irvine when they co-headlined the Honda Civic Tour! Fun fact – they co-headliner was Dashboard Confessional! Very interesting crowd and an amazing show!

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Song of the Day: “Stare At The Sun” by Thrice

It’s Thursday, so it’s time for a Throwback Thursday Edition of Song of the Day!

I’m going with “Stare At The Sun” by Thrice as it’s one of my favorite songs of all time, and I’ve been blasting in my car a lot lately. I love the lyrics of the song. The song reminds me a lot of my time in college and all sorts of great memories. This is a great acoustic version which I really dig.

Anyway, The Artist In The Ambulance, is one of my favorite albums by Thrice. So many rad songs on it.

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Song of the Day: Thrice – “Stare At The Sun”

Some days are just Thrice days.

Today was one such day.

Here’s one of my favorite Thrice songs, “Stare At The Sun”, from The Artist In The Ambulance.

I sit here clutching useless lists,
keys for doors that don’t exist
I crack my teeth on pearls
I tear into the history
Show me what it means to me in this world
Yeah, in this world.

The Artist In The Ambulance really holds up as an album. It’s probably my favorite album from Thrice. Their live stuff is legit.

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