"To me this record is about a new chapter in my life. Where a lot of our music in the past was putting blame on others (rightly so), this record is about how I've taken a step back and taken a huge look in the mirror." Explains vocalist, Joel Martorana.
He adds, "I have used people, or stayed in relationships that I know have been damaging (but felt safe in), or situations where I could hold onto some kind of pleasure, convenience or control. The record delves into these themes across a whole range of different relationships; myself, with my father, with love, lust and my own spirituality. A lot of the album alludes to giving in to immediate satisfaction rather than long term peace or wisdom i.e. survival via indulging in guilty pleasures." - Joel Martorana, vocalist of Endless Heights.