Now You Turn on
'Constantine's vocals are intimate and soaring, reminiscent of Jeff Buckley and Elbow. Seattle band Safer's debut is a dynamic set of haunting, hook-filled indie rock.' - KEXP DJ Michele Myers Following Safer's radio debut on local Seattle indie radio station KEXP, Constantine and Ruggles began to build the project into a live band. Bassist Mike Lorenzi, a long time friend of Ruggles, seemed an easy fit for bass. And after a year of line-up change, Safer added former Optimus Rhyme drummer Tim Carter to the roster in early 2008. Wasting no time, Safer immediately went into the studio following a few small shows. The result, a blistering set of seven songs showcasing vocals, driving drum and bass, and intricate guitar riffs. "Now You Turn On" seems to scream out in an attempt to shake us awake with an almost frantic urgency. Safer is currently booking Northwest and West coast U.S. tours in support of Now You Turn On".