Secret Space Release “Say What You Will” Acoustic Video

Secret Space have released an acoustic video for “Say What You Will.” The band has also announced some December tour dates, which you can find below.

TOUR DATES
Secret Space w/Heart Attack Man
Dec 07 Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose
Dec 08 New York, NY @ Studio at Webster Hall
Dec 09 Long Branch, NJ @ Brighton Bar
Dec 11 Columbus, OH @ Double Happiness
Dec 12 Bloomington, IN @ The Bishop
Dec 13 Chicago, IL @ Reggies
Dec 14 Lansing, MI @ Mac’s
Dec 15 Cleveland, OH @ Mahalls

Review: Secret Space – ‘The Window Room’

ss_thewindowroomSecret Space released The Window Room on June 17th via Equal Vision Records. The band worked with Will Yip on this release and the quality is outstanding. The Window Room hits that sweet spot of a ten song album, which was a perfect length for them. Secret Space previously released an EP and “The Window Room” appeared on a split with The Flats, so this is their debut full-length. The album kicks off with “PxCz,” which I’ve been pronouncing as pixies in my head so I hope that’s remotely correct. It easily sets the tone for the album. You instantly hear their atmospheric vibe with pop tinges. Singer and guitarist, Dean Tartaglia, has vocals that at times reminded me of a blend of Justin Pierre (Motion City Soundtrack) and Jim Adkins (Jimmy Eat World). Maybe I’m crazy, but that seems like a good blend to me.

I found the album to be calming and a great rock album all at the same time. I feel like rock is generally thought of as a genre people always jump up and down to, but The Window Room felt like a very relaxing album. “I’ve Come Around” was instantly one of my favorite songs on the album because of how Dean sings “I’ll be bringing you down.” It’s almost optimistic in tone and felt like a complete contradiction to what the lyrics were actually saying and yet I absolutely loved it. “Beyond The Display” is another song that really caught my attention with the memorable guitar parts and lyrics. The album ultimately closes out with “Suffer In,” which is the longest song on the album, but I didn’t even notice. The song closes out the album fantastically and really puts a statement on the overall theme of the album of just watching things go by. I highly recommend checking out this album and you can grab a copy of it here.