"You cannot be whatever you want. Love isn't real and Christmas is not magical like it use to be." An album about coming into your adult mind. Brogan really spills his inner thoughts (you know, the inner thoughts we all that have that make us question our sanity and eventual happiness? yeah those).
I came into listening to this band with very low expectations. They were the opener at a concert I was going to, but I still wanted to look up a few songs just to know what they sounded like. The first song I heard by them, Don't Exist, blew me away. After that, I was hooked. This album is so passionate, musically talented, and original that it has quickly become one of my favorite albums of all time. The lyrics are deep and emotional. The guitars are complex and original. Even the rythym section is spectacular. Needless to say, PMtoday's sophomore release has a level of talent and confidence that some bands never reach. Every song is beautifully executed with instrumental and vocal harmonies reminiscent of a punk-rock Queen. To cap this off, I'll just say again that this album is immensely talented, catchy, and an extremely promising release from a terrific band.