Over the last decade, A Thousand Horses have also figured out what they don't want—and made great strides in preserving what's important to the band. "You can get caught in traps in this business where people try to change you and put you in the room with people that you don't want to be in the room with, and do things and push things," Hobby says. "And they're just interrupting the frequency of exactly who you are. You can get lost really easy creatively, you can get uninspired; and you can just get lost in your whole entire thing and not know who you are. We wanted to express to people exactly who we are through this album."
In other words, A Thousand Horses are very much looking forward to reintroducing themselves with the release of Let The Band Play On and now, more than ever, aren't taking anything for granted.