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LA Blues Rock/Punk artist Ben Conley drops new one-minute 12-second f**k you ‘break-up’ video.

thanks foe something

L.A.’s Ben Conley’s deconstructed Blues, Rock and Punk song ‘Thanks For Something’ tells it like it is!

Written a few days after breaking up with his ex, Ben Conley’s latest single captures the anger often felt during relationship breakups as he sarcastically twists the saying ‘Thanks for nothing.’ This song details the sometimes harsh nature of relationships and, in this case, acknowledges the idealisation Conley had towards his former partner.

Conley’s music has been described as ‘refreshingly bold and confessional. And, that they are, with many of his songs “boiled down to their essential raw elements – leaving only skin on the bone.” In all its ‘fuck-you’ glory, this song should become the new break-up belter for the newly single pissed-off and heartbroken of the world!

Ben was once told, “Music is the sound of emotions,” and he says he had never heard anything more true. He uses a wide range of musical influences to directly and honestly channel his life experiences into song; experiences that range from struggles with mental health and heartbreak to drug addiction and self-realisation.

“In all its ‘fuck-you’ glory, this song should become the new break-up belter for the newly single pissed-off and heartbroken of the world!” Punktuation! Magazine

Ben’s music is not all doom and gloom, though. His quick wit and tongue-in-cheek humour exemplify his view that while life can be hard, you should always find a reason to smile.

Thanks for Something

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