Montreal's Think About Life Release Entire Catalogue on Streaming Services

The campaign includes the release of a shelved EP, plus the first-ever vinyl pressing of their debut album

BY Matt BobkinPublished Aug 27, 2020

It's been nearly nine years since Montreal dance rockers Think About Life called it quits, but their music still remains exciting, catchy and beloved. Fans new and old will be thrilled to discover that the band's entire catalogue is available on streaming services starting today via Passovah Records.

Now streaming are 2006 debut album Think About Life, 2009 sophomore album Family, never-before-released EP Black Champagne (which was recorded in 2008 for Brooklyn label What's Your Rupture?), 2017 single "HBO," and Cadence Weapon's remix of hit single "Sweet Sixteen."

For those who want a more tangible reminder of the band's tunes, their self-titled debut album will also be released on vinyl for the first time ever. The limited-edition record can be pre-ordered on Think About Life's Bandcamp.

Think About Life initially formed in 2006 around the trio of vocalist Martin Cesar, keyboardist/guitarist Graham Van Pelt (also of Miracle Fortress) and drummer Matt Shane. Later lineups included bassist Brendan Reed, bassist/vocalist Caila Thompson-Hannant (later known as Mozart's Sister, currently Cecile Believe) and drummer Greg Napier. They most recently reunited in 2017 for the 16th anniversary of Pop Montreal.

Listen to Think About Life's catalogue on streaming services here.

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