October 16, 2021

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Louder Than The Music – Sam Tinnesz


Multi-genre, hitmaking songwriter and recording artist Sam Tinnesz returns with his most personal song to date, ‘I Don’t Miss You’.

Now as a husband and father, Tinnesz’s experiences have inspired his musical passion and winding journey of discovery, survival and hope renewed. He wants others to know, they are not alone.

“I hope this song brings comfort and healing to people going through the same in 2021,” says Tinnesz. “Amidst COVID, suicide and divorce are at an all-time high right now, so it felt like the right moment to release such a personal song.”

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Multi-genre, hitmaking songwriter and recording artist Sam Tinnesz returns with his most personal song to date, ‘I Don’t Miss You’.

Now as a husband and father, Tinnesz’s experiences have inspired his musical passion and winding journey of discovery, survival and hope renewed. He wants others to know, they are not alone.

“I hope this song brings comfort and healing to people going through the same in 2021,” says Tinnesz. “Amidst COVID, suicide and divorce are at an all-time high right now, so it felt like the right moment to release such a personal song.”

This is a powerful song with a powerful message. The song is written with Aaron Chafin and mastered by Chris Gehringer (Dua Lipa, Blackpink, Machine Gun Kelly), Tinnesz’s “I Don’t Miss You” is a new “break-up” song upon first listen, but as with many of Tinnesz’s songs, this one is layered with multiple meanings. Digging down, this heart-pounding track reveals a much deeper wound.

And I think personally these layers to the song are why I enjoyed it as a song so much and why I kept pressing play to listen again and again. Starting off as a soft acoustic song in the same vain as Damien Rice and Nizlopi, the song soon bursts into a big catchy and powerful chorus that is the highlight for me of the song. This is a song that is not just great to hear, it’s important. It’s the kind of song you don’t mind playing to friends and sharing with friends, the song has a message but it doesn’t smack you straight in the face with it. Hopefully a song like this will help people in need.

Review by Jono Davies

LTTM Rating 5 Out of 5 Stars





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