Seven Degrees From Center is an alt-rock band formed in Indianapolis, IN, United States. Active in the 2000s, the band was composed of Tim Koberstein, Scott Dubbs, Ross Neu, Drew Bowman, and Hamed Anwarzai. This article delves into one of the band’s most popular and fame-making albums, before disbanding in 2007, called Catalog Debris. The eleven-track collection showcases their versatility as they fly through a spectrum of rock styles, ranging from punk and grunge to softer and melodic frameworks. Introducing the album is the track, “Looking for an Exit”; its vibrant alt-rock elements are reminiscent of Oasis, Arctic Monkeys, and Radiohead. Listen Now! 

The track opens on the fluttering wings of hyper percussion and winking synths before the canvas opens up with soaring riffs and soulful vocal highs. Maintaining a staunchly relentless rhythm, the band leverages its power to drive the protagonist’s desperate passion. And using rippling riff patterns and gunning beat mechanics, the song is set up for a grand climactic launch that will take your breath away. The design and production of the track is incredibly visceral and innately human; so much so that it reminds one of old time Linkin Park. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to “Looking for an Exit” from the Catalog Debris Album by “Seven Degrees From Center” here –