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Safer's latest or related album is We Feel Safer at Night
Which is released on 2007-09-25 from record company Ernest Jenning Record Co..
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Safer began as a recording project in 2005, when founding members Joseph Constantine and Andy Ruggles began collaborating on songs left over from previously imploded projects. The project took form from the many varying musical influences of it’s creators. Constantine came to Seattle from Florida, where he grew up listening to everything from David Bowie and Jeff Buckley, to The Jesus Lizard and Braniac. Being a first chair trumpet player all through school, Constantine was quite familiar with musical performance. And after moving to Seattle and picking up a guitar, he started spending all of his free time writing and recording his own songs. Andy Ruggles grew up in the suburbs of Seattle, detached from the buzz of creativity that the city provides. Ruggles discovered the “Seattle Sound” in the 90’s and began playing guitar with high school chum Mike Lorenzi playing drums, who would later become Safer’s bassist. The two formed and broke up countless bands, eventually parting ways for a few years, and in 2005, Ruggles formed a new project. Looking for a solid vocalist, Ruggles took out an ad in the local weekly paper. Safer came together after Constantine answered the ad and laid down vocal tracks for a few songs Ruggles had recorded. The songs were rough, but the contrast of Constantine’s romantic croonings over Ruggles’ guitar driven jams sparked the fire of inspiration in the two of them, and they began collaborating on what would become Safer’s self-titled debut EP, released in 2006. Learn more about Safer