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This is the last song we'll put out for a long time. It's about leaving a place you've hated and wondering if you got anything from that part of your life, or if where you're going back to will make any of it better.

The answer? It really doesn't matter where you are if you accept who you are. But sometimes getting out (and damn, I wanted out) hands you the chance to choose.


released April 23, 2016

Engineered, mixed, and mastered by Stefan Macarewich
Lyrics by Joshua Grandbouche (initial inspiration from Mateus Cesareo)
Vocals and Guitar by Mateus Cesareo
Vocals and Guitar by Zak Lepre
Bass by Landen Osborne (thanks for filling in bud)
Drums by Joshua Grandbouche

And a big thanks to the people that made my time living in Southern California one I could never, ever forget.
- Josh



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Track Name: Right?
I took it back
I never went home
I took it back and rebuilt it on my own
I want to see the ocean tumbling on
Pray to the moon to tuck me into sleep


I took it back
I never really loved you
I stopped looking back, oh but how I can lie too
Ink always bleeds when you write out the storm
But clearer skies have bled me dry tonight


Would you have the guts to say what I did was right?
The choices I'm making underneath black lights
The people that I've hurt will find out tonight
So did I ever say anything right?

I've been moving from place to place
Seen the West Coast, places they call home
Spent near twenty-one years on this earth
Without any goals of my own

Never seemed so alone in places I know
Atoned for sins I condone
I never thought love was swing and miss

Needed the rain so I walked out
Tore down the sun with a child's pout

Will we take the chance to say what's on our minds?
Will we have the choice to live like we really tried?
Will we have the guts to say what we did was -

Will I have the guts to say what I did was right?
My blessings, I've counted, so many, many times
The people that I've loved will know this tonight
Because I know I did some things right.