This interview took place on: March, 2006
It feels great. We just feel really thankful that we are able to have more people hear our tunes.
That people who recognize the songs donít necessarily recognize the band. I can be at the grocery store
and "Meant To Live" goes on the speakers and Iím amazed to see people singing along and Iím in the midst
of it unrecognized. I actually really enjoy it.
One of the things weíre able to do is raise more awareness to issues that hit close to home. We started
this thing online called Lowercasepeople.com where we can discuss issues that are important to us
whether itís about music, art or social justice.
A little of both. It had itís challenges and difficulties but it also had its rewards.
This is the first album the band has recorded as a five piece since adding Drew as another guitar.
Drew is an amazing guitarist. What he brings to the band is invaluable. Not only in the studio, but live as well.
In a studio setting, youíre always brainstorming on creative ways to record. Jon and our producer
thought this would be an awesome idea, and it was.
Playing San Diego two nights in a row and on the second night, doing two encores.
Jerome: We are ready to go on our Spring Tour. We hope to see you guyís at the show.
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