Think About Life is an indie rock band from Montreal, Québec, Canada, formed in 2005 by drummer Matt Shane and keyboardist Graham Van Pelt.

Think About Life's third member, vocalist Martin Cesar, also records and performs as Dishwasher. He has released a CD-R on Pink Triforce Tapes. Cesar also previously sang in the rock band Donkey Heart.

Graham Van Pelt is an active studio engineer in Montreal, and has engineered or produced for a number of local artists. He also has his own side project, Miracle Fortress.

Van Pelt and Shane moved into a loft space dubbed the Electric Tractor with other musician friends, and recorded the band's initial songs there.

Regarding the band's name, Shane said, "We were naming all the parts of our songs to remember them better. On 'Paul Cries', there's one part that sounded kind of deep. We joked that it made us think about life. Then someone said, 'Dude, I think that should be the name of the band.'"

The band's self-titled debut recording, Think About Life, was released in 2006 by Alien8 Recordings. They began touring in the United States in late 2005, with Beaver Sheppard standing in for Martin for part of the tour, opening dates for Wolf Parade and later Art Brut. John Wenzel of the The Denver Post called Think About Life "the new Liars". During this period, the band toured Canada and Japan. The band also issued a Japan exclusive Paul Cries 7" on Every Conversation Records.

On 25 February 2010, all members of Think About Life have signed, together with 500 artists, the call to support the international campaign for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against israeli apartheid.