Hailing from small-town, Kentucky… The SAFETY has defied the all-too-common bluegrass stereotypes and exploded onto the Christian Rock scene.  With their youth intact, ranging from ages 16-26, their live show is bursting with energy and charisma that is refreshing and leaves you wanting more.  The combination of musicianship, creativity, and versatility of The SAFETY has crafted an overall sound unique in itself.      

However, when you listen to their debut EP you get a taste of the intense and powerful message of hope in the songs written by frontman, Sean Bailey.   Remaining grounded on the purpose of uplifting and changing lives, The SAFETY consider themselves not as a rock band but instead a rock driven ministry.

Just releasing their debut EP in July, produced by Dove award winner Brent Hendrich, The SAFETY is already leaving their mark on the Christian music scene.  In the few months of their existence, they have had the opportunity to play in major festivals such as Ichthus, headline regional Christian festivals numerous times, tour the Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, and West Virginia areas, be featured news publications and release a professional EP independently.

The SAFETY has heard musical comparisons ranging from bands Bush, Foo Fighters, Nickelback, and Shinedown to Switchfoot, Skillet, Jeremy Camp, and RED.

With the aforementioned creativity, musicianship, and message of hope through Christ that is portrayed through them, it is fair to say that after fully experiencing the sound of The SAFETY there is little likelihood that it’s mistaken.

Learn more about The SAFETY and hear their music here: http://www.facebook.com/thesafetymusic.

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