Abrasive guitar riffs and melancholic lyrics that lament the fickle nature of the world and maybe other punk bands, who turn their backs on what they stand for:
“A ghost is all that’s left of everything we swore we never would forget.
Tried to be the safest, but we trade our hearts instead”.
It is not exactly groundbreaking stuff that chief vocalist Dustin Kensrue spouts out, but he does so with due unforced sincerity that is laudable in this day and age. ‘All That’s Left’ is taken from the bands ‘The Artist In The Ambulance’ their debut for a major label, having made the leap from an independent label that changes so many. It has done wonders for their popularity and hasn’t as yet compromised their ethos.