Safari Room releases latest single “Fear/How It Goes”

Safari Room is an indie rock band, assembled in Nashville, TN, but born elsewhere.  With a keenness on human connection as a founding cornerstone, the band is characterized by ambient soundscapes, intricate rhythms, baritone-led falsetto vocals, crunchy guitars and introspective lyrical content.  Touring the U.S. far and wide, Safari Room has established themselves as one of Nashville’s most intriguing and personal rock bands.  Their sound has been compared to The National, Death Cab for Cutie, Grizzly Bear and Fleet Foxes. All comparisons find them perfectly adjacent to some of the most engrossing and experimental indie rock bands playing today.  Hailing from Omaha, NE; Newark and Dayton, OH; the 3-piece indie-rock band consists of Alec Koukol (songwriter/lead vocalist/guitarist), Chris Collier (guitar) and Austin Drewry (drums).  The band released their debut album Look Me Up When You Get There on July 24th of last year. The album was recorded in Nashville, TN and co-produced by Safari Room + Paul Moak.  The band recently released their latest single “Fear/How It Goes”.  You can connect with Safari Room via the following links:





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