Throughout the eight track endeavor, the 20-something songwriter pushes his penned perspective. Loeks is left pondering, “...I’m left wondering Why keep dreaming to live / instead of living our dreams and the lives that we love…,” on the album’s opening track, “Thirsty Hearts.” As he robustly questions simplicity versus a cluttered existence, “Bare Bones” and “Crossroads,” become tangled.
The unexpected upswing on “For Love,” showcases a glimpse into the depth of Thor’s creative abilities. Followed by “Burst Like A Bubble,” decrepit dreams still broadcast shadowed annoyance. Fret not, because magic soon happens as “These Crazy Days” begins. As an artist, everything that Thorin has been working to cultivate is effortlessly blended. When Thirsty Hearts finds its culminating songs, “Break Free” and “Warmer World, the Communications major is effectively doing just that.