Massey: When we started writing this record, I was at a low point within my own mental health. Hall Of Fame 10. You see more than each other’s social media sides. Wave To Goodnight To Me 6. That’s when I started posting the same photo of me over and over. You're just relying on one sense, hearing, and you're just basing everything on how long things take; the rhythm comes from just that one sense. It does feel strange at times but we haven’t really thought of any band names that have stuck. With POST-, when I started writing and realised the things that I was writing about, it was then about how the other songs fill in the gaps or how other songs explain the other side of it. How’s your absolution from social media going? It’s given him a chance to see things from a new point of view, and it’s something he really enjoys doing. I think in any relationship at all it’s a flowing thing and whoever you’re in a relationship with you try and treat it with care and try to be sensitive of what the other person is feeling and never feel like you can’t be truthful about the situation and how you feel. It’s something that we’ve all been talking about together and which everybody in our crew is super supportive to me about. I was prouder of that record than the amount of time that we were able to share the music with people. But could it be that you just write anxious records for an increasingly anxious world? Check Out Mario & Luigi: Super Anime Brothers, Check Out Rambo Fight in the Mortal Kombat 11 Trailer, Guy Spends 2 Years Making a Video Game to Propose to His Girlfriend, Video Proves That Mario’s Brother Luigi is a Monster, Thirty Minutes of Rain From Thirty Different Video Games. I was in a big time period of questioning whether or not I was capable of being in a band and writing. From the beginning, I worked on things behind the scenes. I don’t like going to see bands where they don’t even try to sing the high notes, I always try to sing them and sometimes it doesn’t work. episode where frontman Michael Stipe gets almost emotional listening to his own voice on the band's classic, "Losing My Religion," and hearing the song elements broken down and presented to him in such an intimate manner, even after so many years since the song's release. Nausea 5. It's wishing that we were in a different present because we had already chosen a different past. And they have access to you. The most famous songs don't necessarily have the most interesting stories, and the people who know that better than anyone are the people who made the songs. Once they're there and able to relive some of the experience of it by hearing the actual evidence of the stuff that they did on that day—hearing their voice, hearing the instrument, hearing the actual track that they recorded around that time—it's a lot easier to ask them to then dig a few layers deeper and ask what was going on in their lives and how that might've fed into some of those creative decisions. Nothing is the final statement. I have friends that work at majors, but I think for the most part, just being in Philly also has kept me in this bubble away from the majors, which was kind of the point. And I was like, Oh, yeah, that’s a real thing. The release comes only a few months after a live record, 2019's Thanks, Sorry!, not to mention sporadic output from his buddy project with Chris Farren called Antarctigo Vespucci, and his day job scoring the Cartoon Network show "Craig Of The Creek.".