Thank capitalism for raising another young band on the belief that a life trajectory can only go in one direction: upwards. “This record has everything to do with setting fire to the things that you don't want and don't need, and are only slowing you down,” said vocalist Michael “Jag” Jagmin about his band A Skylit Drive's third album. Or thank touring as the group realigned its songwriting priorities after several months on the road. Guitarist Nick Miller noted the band's focus on “writ[-ing] about real-life stuff" and developing songs with "a lot of crowd participation." Cameron Webb, whose prior clients included 30 Seconds To Mars and Flyleaf, produced the effort.