The band began writing the new record in early 2014, then flew to the US and spent over a month living and recording in Hermosa Beach, Los Angeles, hometown of Black Flag, Descendents, All and Pennywise. Following a productive session in LA, Cameron Webb then came on board and mixed the album.
The band states: “Being in a town so rich in punk rock and specifically melodic punk rock inspired us to record New Horizons and make it sound the way it does. It’s definitely a new era for us as band on so many levels.”
The album is about using and building on the past, and that’s exactly the drive that the band has. Armed with a new label, new management, a new member and a new batch of songs that represent and sound like a band that has a new lease in life, the album title speaks for itself.
“Primarily it is a positive album about going back to writing songs that made us want to be in a band, or listen to bands in the first place and its an album about moving forward.”
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