The songs on the Rehats debut album “Nothing but the Truth” reflect mostly deeply human themes. From the melancholy of missed opportunities (“City Lights”) to excessive demands and disorientation (“On My Mind”). But the Rehats are encouraging and optimistic, reflecting also on the value of authenticity, especially in relationships (“Nothing but the Truth”). In the end, they conclude that the feeling of being alive is always present and ultimately serves as evidence of the beauty of life (“Life is Beautiful”).
The album was produced in Cologne at Wolfgang Stach’s Maarweg 2 Studio. Wolfgang has previously worked with “Jupiter Jones” and “BAP” and has already been awarded gold and platinum for his productions. And it was worth it: The album was “Album of the Week” on several radio stations and single releases made it into rotation on various stations, including WDR.