Throughout the writing of the record, the band drew from a 90’s indie influence to create a contemporary emo-rock vibe with a focus on structure and hooks.
Off the 10-track album, comes their brand new single and music video for “Better Now”. Lead vocalist Jeffery Mudgett elaborates:
“It’s easily one of the most upbeat-sounding songs I’ve ever written, though lyrically it leans back towards our despondent comfort zone”.
He continues: “This song again details the duality of my headspace. On one hand I’m feeling guilty about taking forever to propose to my wife, delaying our future with my financial and emotional baggage etc. But on the other hand, I know those things are miniscule in comparison to the happiness we bring to each other. I like to think this song too has a feeling of hopefulness to it”.