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Wold notes, “The first two EPs were all about this big breakup that I had been through and these new songs were written in the aftermath of that, so in a sense this album is really the sound of me discovering myself.” The aura of loneliness and longing at the core of ‘Insomniac’ exemplifies that alienation, whereas ‘Die Happy’ takes the other side: “It was written after I was coming out of the emotional weight of a breakup and starting to fall in love with the love song again.”

The sentiments of triumph and tragedy on LAUNCH FLY LAND are universal and DREAMERS are happy to have come out on the other side with these songs serving as an affirmation of the experience. “We can’t wait to get out on the road and share these songs with people,” Wold summarizes. “In the end, that’s what this is all about.”