Well, the band did do an AMA in 2013, at least. I don't know if it's just reaching but the setlists from last tour seemed to be influenced by the hopes people expressed here, so...
Huh, really? I haven't been able to find the full album credits anywhere. But that could certainly explain the livelier sound of the album.
I think the band's biggest problem is the retirement of Peter Katis. He seemed to be very important to their sound and overall production. I still like Laugh Track a lot more than FTPOF. But there are some weird decisions, like the pitch correction in Smoke Detector, which might or might not be an artistic choice. The mixing of Bryan's drums is also somewhat off. For example, do they really need to be that loud on a song like Hornets? But all in all this is definitely the album I've been waiting for since SWB.
Yeah, but the interviewer sounded baffled, hah.
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