SNKT’S DEBUT ALBUM ‘NO SAINTS’ IS A HEARTFELT DANCE-POP TRIBUTE TO SELF-ACCEPTANCE
SNKT’s debut album, No Saints, is a moving tribute to self-acceptance and personal growth, and his latest track, “Too Close,” is no exception. With moody beats and a driving dance-pop rhythm, the track is a testament to SNKT’s talent as both a songwriter and producer. The lyrics, which explore a relationship that is not working but still full of fun, showcase SNKT’s knack for candid confessionals.
SNKT’s decision to produce and write the album himself is a bold one, but it pays off in spades. The result is a fully-formed pop debut that will have you dancing and singing along in no time. Lead single “Lost in Love” is an exultant club anthem that captures the feeling of a relationship that failed in the pandemic, while “Almost Always” tackles the complexities of a demi-relationship.
I feel like this record is very me. Through this record, I was able to be my unashamed gay self truly and I hope to spread the same joy that I was able to hear and feel in my teenage years to anyone who’s going through a rough time.
Jack O’Connor – SNKT
Overall, No Saints is a powerful and poignant document of personal growth and acceptance, with SNKT’s deft vision of heartfelt dance music shining through on every track. As SNKT himself says, “I feel like this record is very me,” and it’s impossible not to feel that authenticity in every beat and lyric. If you’re a fan of passionate dance pop, No Saints is a must-listen.