“The song is about Never giving up your dream making music the thinkg you truly love to do.“—Tim Yurkovitch
“I wrote this song a few years ago and recorded it for my “Winter Garden” album. It is a song about someone following their passion(s) but losing alot of what they once held dear in the process and contemplating the meaning of “home”, but still needing to roam and continue the journey.”—Chris Edwards
“Ever want to spend every waking minute with someone?
From our soon to be released CD ‘Tribes’. Dedicated to our friend and bandmate who passed away in October.“—UnAssisted Living
“growing your own roots“—Sandra Imperatore
“Song about the historical beginnings of cosomology , and the tearing down of old ideas allowing for the birth of new ones, most importantly being synonomous with the wheel and elipse in nature and universal cosmology and relation of similar concepts - things in nature being relatable to music , and sound. it is a metal song written in the key of e which is so over done but the parts are meant to show the different things that can be done in any key to make it sound new and not over done but still pay homage to old ideas. it is a precursor to a song i wrote about sir issac newton called “gravity”“—Joe McCroskey
“This is an accomplished but stymied 35 year old man’s take on songwriting, fame, and the media… sitting home watching too much television when I have songs people should hear… about that balance your characters try to strike not quite being there. Hope you enjoy and good luck to you all.”—Jamison Kirby
“This was the first song i wrote to completion, its is about Babylon. There is a duel meaning to most of my songs.”—Joshua Higgins