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So I couldn't believe these guys have been around for two years and I haven't heard about them until a couple days ago. I LOVE these guys. I'm glad to see Tom mature from the whole Blink 182, potty humour songs to something a lot different. There is just something about listening to their music that gives you such a sense of hope and longing to do something better. A much more mature group. I read somewhere that him having a kid lead to him wanting to push to something more inspirational.
I was also watching a video where he was talking about how some War Veterans which were amputees told him how much his music meant to them. Which really shocked me, as Blink should've been bigger. I think this shows that this weird experiment worked.