How has the move to Bridge Nine Records gone?
It’s been awesome. It’s just a great label that’s growing and enthusiastic and really clever. They’re still really attached to the punk and hardcore world like the old school. The bands on the label are all really cool, but diverse and we don’t sound like anyone on there. They have a sense of intensity and passion, which was really important to us they’re just good folks. In retrospect, how was your time at Fat Wreck Chords? Well, we kind of look at a label as another bandmate for our record. Like, Dead FM and Fat Wreck were perfect together and we all are honoured to have been a part of that. We were with Fat Wreck for like four years, even though it was one record, and they were the most generous, cool, good people over there. This record on Bridge Nine fucking rules and it’s the perfect mix and partnership. This bond with our labels is really important to us. So being with No Idea, being with Jade Treeall of those were really important relationships for us. How’s your voice doing? I