Anxiety is the first word sung on Thank You, I'm Sorry's first album. Back then it was just vocalist Lleen Dow's (they/them) voice and an acoustic, but three years and a full band, another album and several heart-rending singles later it's still on their mind. Anxiety never really goes away, but you can learn to cope and how to enjoy everything else. The respites, the joy, the excitement when anxiety takes a backseat. Thank You, I'm Sorry is growing, learning, indulging, experimenting and figuring it out. Together. Thank You, I'm Sorry came together as a band to flesh out quiet, lonely songs Lleen built on their own and they haven't stopped exploring and expanding their sound since. Bee Schreiner's (they/them) basslines effortlessly pull songs forward, knowing just when to nudge the band and avoid getting caught in an anxiety spiral. The drums from Sage Livergood (they/them) really bring everything together, constantly keeping pace while poking out into fills that feel like they could shatter apart at any moment, and always finding their way back. Abe Anderson (he/him) and Lleen's guitar lines intertwine and bounce, refusing to sit still anywhere long enough to get bored. Thank You, I'm Sorry come together to make a bunch of parts that feel impossible to pin down or coalesce into something beautiful and catchy that will bounce around your head for weeks.