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Have you ever pictured a world where reggae and rock&roll were molded into one? Terence Ryan lives in it with his newest Rule of Thumb. Today we get to talk again about one of our favorites acts of all time and in a register that is a bit out of his usual indie/folk/electronic, but so was the previous Hands On Em, to which Rule of Thumb makes a great sucessor. In a very steady way, Terence Ryan keeps stealing our hearts and blowing our minds with his perseverance and down to earth, still silver lined thinking. This time, this track is about “a place where doing usually comes before thinking. A place where you’re best friends who were once all star athletes and A students can slip down into a blackhole of drugs and alcohol that they can never come out of. (…) But I also try to look outside them every once in a while. Maybe then we can start to make some positive changes. There is no redemption in revolving” as he states on this Facebook post. Click below to listen to *another* great song with an even greater meaning by Terence Ryan.