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This Sanctuary’s Renee Sieff

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Jul 26, 2013
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Cam Want caught up with Sydney pop/punk outfit This Sanctuary‘s frontwoman Renee Sieff for a chat about their new, upcoming album and latest other endeavours.

Having formed during their high school days, This Sanctuary draws influence from the musical genious of such acclaimed bands as Paramore, 30 Seconds To Mars, Panic At The Disco and Fall Out Boy; all the while initiating their own innovative, unique take on the pop punk genre.

More recently, This Sanctuary headed over to Jakarta for the Java Rocking Land Festival in what was their first trip to Indonesia.
 
The music video for their latest single ‘I Do’ from their forthcoming album Keep Talking Please was released earlier this month, depicting Renee in a straight jacket for the entirety of the clip. It is something that has stirred an element of mysterious intrigue amongst fans who are trying to guess why that is and what is to happen in the follow up video for their second single ‘Keep Talking Please’, which is awaiting imminent release, that promises to reveal all.
 
Renee explained that this second song is about trust in long distance relationships and she went on to describe that this track, along with the other new material, involved more stylistic experimentation in terms of sound and lyrical concepts.
 
Fans can expect the Sydney quintet’s album to be available for purchase around October, with the chance to see them live at a host of festival shows lined up for the remainder of 2013.
 
Catch the entire interview with The Green Room’s Cam Want below…