After spending years on tour in support of their major label debut ‘Ocean Avenue’, the pressure was on once Yellowcard returned home, to write a new album. “We had to go to a new place and start a whole new life and see what we could pull out of ourselves,” bassist Pete Mosely tells Time Off magazine. “Not only after coming off the road after so long, we needed time to reflect and needed to get back to civilization and get back to real life and start a whole new chapter of our lives. That’s going to pull you every which way and it’s going to make you deal with a lot of demons. New York really served as a catalyst to do that.” The article at timeoff.com.au has since been removed.
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