“Pope” reminds the listener of where Copeland came from. The lyrics, overall, are purposefully abstract. “I try to keep things a little cloudy,” Aaron Marsh explains. “I don’t like to be extremely literal in my lyrics. I want people to attach their own meanings and let the lyrics meet them where they are.”
Songs from the new album show the band continuing to explore musical genres, pulling various stylistic influences like electronic and symphonic, taking each sound and style to its logical extreme.
Details surrounding the band’s upcoming album will be announced soon.
This world is not real.