“I Don’t Think I Live There Anymore” takes the fan through an out of body experience to show the feeling of being out of control, wandering vacantly through life without agency and free will, and finding themselves at a destination not of their choosing. This theme is prevalent all over Smile Wide, the band’s third full-length album, and the follow up to 2017’s Great Heights & Nosedives. Upon entering the studio with acclaimed producer, Machine (As It Is, Every Time I Die), the band was determined to break down every pre-conceived notion of what a ROAM song could sound like or be. The result is the most honest, raw, gut-punching collection of songs of the band’s career.
“This album truly is a statement for us, both lyrically and sonically,” vocalist/guitarist Alex Adam shares. “We’re not that vanilla band anymore, we have a sound, we have a voice and we’re ready to show the world.”Read more
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