German quartet Letters Sent Home have made their name as a band who match infectious melody and huge choruses, with the lyrical depth and heart of people with a lot to say. The band is thrilled to release their new single, Request Denied, a song designed as a bridge between the old, and accepting things that can’t properly be healed, and the new. As the band explains: Request Denied is the perfect end of an era as well as the perfect start to a new one. Most of the songs we have released in the past are about mental health issues, particularly about depression. Although it is very important to talk about depression and, unfortunately, many can relate to it, it is being addressed quite often in the genre. With the new music we wanted to dig into new, more personal themes. This time, instead of wallowing in sadness or embracing hope for better days, we accept it and move on.”

“When we started out with the lead melody for Request Denied we thought: Wow, we never wrote anything that catchy, and also that uplifting. Making a Letters Sent Home song out of it was not only a challenge, but also a turning point in our songwriting. We stopped fearing sounding too different and started being free.”

In addition to this release, Letters Sent Home is also proud to announce their recent signing with SharpTone Records.
“Signing to Sharptone Records is a huge deal for us. We named our band after a lyric in a Boston Manor song, a band in Sharptone’s roster aswell. Being on the same label as them now is something we never dared to dream of when starting out and choosing that name back in 2018. We are beyond grateful to be welcomed into such a beautiful and warm family.”

Request Denied is now available on all major streaming platforms here.