|Single by Sevendust|
|from the album Kill the Flaw|
|Released||July 27, 2015|
|Recorded||February–March 2015 Recorded and Mixed at Architekt Music in Butler, New Jersey|
|Songwriter(s)|| Clint Lowery |
|Sevendust singles chronology|
"Thank You" is a song by American alternative metal band Sevendust. The song was released as the lead single from their eleventh studio album, titled Kill the Flaw on July 27, 2015.The song including a group of children as background vocals. "It’s one of those things where it can be very cool, or it can be very Nickelodeon," says Clint Lowery. The song was nominated for Best Metal Performance for the 2016 Grammy Awards.
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|1.||"Thank You" (radio edit)||3:59|
|US Mainstream Rock Songs ( Billboard )||12|
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