Label: Run For Cover Between The Richness explodes with an energy that usurps that of Springtime & Blind. The guitar riffs of Dow and Henery are their most anthemic and combustive yet. Meanwhile, Costa and Nealon give the songs a propulsive heft, allowing a track like "Million Times" to dart into unexpected territories without ever feeling alien. But at the centre if it all is Flynn. He's a different person than he was on Springtime & Blind, because he's now a father himself. And that experience colors the journey he goes on throughout the album. "My son’s name is Richard and my father's name is Richard, so it's literally between the two of them. But it's also the richness of life and the richness of death. It was important for me to capture that perfectly paradoxical feeling," says Flynn. "We started writing this record two weeks after my son was born, and it's a really great way for him when he's older—and when I'm gone—to say, 'My father wrote this in the first year of my life. What does that mean?'" It's an attempt to put words to that strange place we all exist in, that place between the richness.