Chad Vice: Talk to me about Frontiers [Records]. I know that's a label that a lot of bands from the 80s and 90s go to. Did they have an attractive deal? Did they tell you, when it came to the album, did they want you to just make a Spread Eagle album [and did they] have a lot of influence on it, or just [say] go for it, basically?
Rob De Luca: They just wanted me to make a record like the debut, is the only thing they told me. They wanted it to somewhat resemble the debut. And I think that was...they mentioned Spotify numbers. I'm not sure if that's the real reason. I don't know if it was artistic or sales reasons. But that's the only thing they pretty much said, and after that I was just like, run with it, you know?