“Feel Me,” the primary single released from A Bad Think’s The Savior, contemplates a state of reality as singer-songwriter, Michael Marquart, enters a new stage of his life and career. With its lyrics (“They just don’t feel it anymore”), the track seems to emanate a feeling of exhaustion, juxtaposed with energetic melodies that represent Marquart’s persistent fervor for life. Written by Marquart himself, this intimate track stands out as the album’s star single, while simultaneously fitting perfectly in its place within the double album’s larger narrative.
The Savior is A Bad Think’s 8th studio album, and Michael Marquart’s long career shows in the sophistication of its concept. “Feel Me,” accompanied by the remaining 17 tracks in the album, defies genre and exemplifies the most provocative theme a musician can consider: his own impermanence.