Having been likened to the sounds of groups such as Saosin and Anberlin, the unadulterated intensity is vastly abound in a live set that breaks the invisible wall between the patrons and the artist.

Musical production and human growth are very similar concepts. Everyone has their own styles, stories, motivations, niches, and personalities. Over time these qualities begin to develop and evolve into something more rich and desirable. All throughout this process, obstacles will surface and mistakes will be made. How we recover from these falls are what truly defines our evolution through life. This is the same credo that the band, “Sic Vita” took when writing their new album “History”.

“History”, the newest endeavor of Sic Vita’s discography, is the culmination of their growth since their last record “Steady”. The writing process has translated these songs within a new, more developed sound scape. When asked about what "History means to him, lead vocalist, Armand Cabral says, “History’s message lies in the relationships we maintain, or destroy, with the people in our own respective lives, along with the lessons we learn in those interactions. Though, it’s also designed to be a personal adventure for the listener. Context is key when listening to History.”