Spitalfield recently played their last hometown show in Glen Ellyn, IL. A video of them performing “I Loved The Way She Said L.A.” can be seen in the replies. The band also states that their main reason for breaking up is a business decision.
This week marks the release of Emery‘s new album, I’m Only A Man. I’ve always been a fan of what this band has to offer. Be sure to check out their new album streaming here.
For fans of Anberlin & Mae.
We The Kings new album is also set for release this week. You’ve heard me rant on the band for a while now and its finally your chance to fully check them out. Take a listen to their single here, and pre-order their album on iTunes (Plus DRM Free) for only $5.99.
For fans of Boys Like Girls & Cartel
I would also suggest checking out The Quick And The Dead‘s new album this week. Their upbeat rock is sure to please many ears. Pick up the album for cheap at these places, Indie Vision Music, Smart Punk, InterPunk.
For fans of Spitalfield & The Wedding.
All I can say is… Foo Fighters. Their latest album, Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace is phenomenal! Also a huge congratulations to the one and only Brett Favre for breaking the record for career touchdown passes!!!
Spitalfield have announced that they will be calling it quits after a final farewell tour. Check out an announcement from the band below along with their final tour dates.
Dearest fans & friends,
After nine years, nine countries, over a thousand shows and more than a lifetime worth of memories, it comes with a heavy heart that Spitalfield will be calling it quits. This choice has been one of the hardest things any of us have ever gone through, as the decision has absolutely nothing to do with a lack of passion for making music together or love for each other.
On a brighter note, we won’t be going out without a bang! We’d like to announce our final tour, which will be a very bittersweet and emotional stretch of dates for us. We will be hitting twenty-five cities this Nov/Dec with support from The Forecast, The Graduate, Ludo & Attention. This is a Curtain Call: Spitalfield’s Final Shows. On our page is a list of the confirmed dates- with a handful more cities waiting to be finalized. Tickets will be going on sale this coming Saturday, September 15th.
Also, for all of you long time followers- we are excited to announce that we will be releasing a very limited edition disc through Sinister Label / Walk in Cold Records, which will feature the entire out of print “pre-Victory” catalogue as well as select demos (1998 – 2002) all on one album. These will only be available for purchase on the farewell tour and through one online storeÃ¢â‚¬”details and press release will be coming soon.
We’d like to send out a most sincere thank you to all of our fans, friends & families. You have made all the difference in the world to us all along the way with your love, support and faith in us, both as musicians and as people. To the bands that we have looked up to, been inspired by and/or shared the stage withÃ¢â‚¬”we appreciate the talent & friendships that you have shared with us. Last, but certainly not least, a huge thank you to our amazing crew, who has spent long & hard hours with us on tour, behind desks and in the studio over the years. I don’t know what we would have done without you all. Does this feel like the end of The Wizard of Oz to anybody else? In all honesty, it’s so difficult to try to convey everything we’re feeling and everything that we’d like to say. So, for nowÃ¢â‚¬¦
“You felt alive like a motion picture. It’s just a matter of where you are when you’re awake. When you fall asleep, this music will end. Forget everything. Your dreams will remember right now.”
We’ll miss this so much,
Mark, JD & TJ
Tour Dates More to come
Nov 8 2007 6:00P
THE PICADOR (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Ludo) Iowa City, Iowa
Nov 9 2007 6:00P
COLLEGE OF DUPAGE (final 630 show!) Glen Ellyn, Illinois
Nov 10 2007 6:00P
DOWNTOWN (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Ludo) West Lafayette, Indiana
Nov 11 2007 6:00P
POP’S (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Ludo) Sauget, Illinois
Nov 13 2007 6:00P
TBA Albuquerque, New Mexico
Nov 14 2007 6:00P
THAT ONE PLACE (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Ludo) Phoenix, Arizona
Nov 15 2007 6:00P
THE KNITTING FACTORY (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Ludo) Hollywood, California
Nov 17 2007 6:00P
AVALON THEATER (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Ludo) Salt Lake City, Utah
Nov 18 2007 6:00P
THE BLACK SHEEP (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Ludo) Colorado Springs, Colorado
Nov 19 2007 6:00P
MARQUIS THEATER (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Ludo) Denver, Colorado
Nov 20 2007 6:00P
THE ROCK (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Ludo) Papillion, Nebraska
Nov 21 2007 6:00P
THE BOTTLENECK (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Ludo) Lawrence, Kansas
Nov 28 2007 6:00P
THE LOFT (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Attention) Madison, Wisconsin
Nov 29 2007 6:00P
THE CANOPY CLUB Urbana, Illinois
Nov 30 2007 6:00P
HEADLINERS (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Attention) Toledo, Ohio
Dec 1 2007 6:00P
THE GROG SHOP (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Attention) Cleveland Heights, Ohio
Dec 8 2007 6:00P
XTREME WHEELZ (w/The Forecast, The Graduate & Attention) Buffalo
Check out the new e-card for the upcoming A Santa Cause 2: It’s A Punk Rock Christmas album. You can buy the album exclusively on MySpace for only $9.99. The album features Christmas covers and originals from bands like Brandston, Brazil, Far-Less, It Dies Today, June, Meg & Dia, Spitalfield, and more.
After a high speed chase through the ladies room, the venue, and the parking lot, I finally cornered Spitalfield singer/guitarist Mark Rose before the band played an amazing set in Atlanta, GA. Always a pleasure, Mark is a wonderful person and a great entertainer. His band is severely underrated, and if you haven’t picked up their new album “Better Than Knowing Where You Are”, go do it right now. Even if you’re reading this after midnight, go to Wal-Mart. They have it. I’m serious. Go buy it. Now.
Trevor: To get this going, are you guys pleased with the outcome of the new album?
Mark: Yeah. I’d say we’re very happy with it, mainly because we kind of took the elements of the previous two records that we thought worked best and put them towards the new record. Both production-wise and music-wise, I think we put together…I don’t know..kind of what would be like our definitive record. Anyone that’s been following us would hopefully hear all our favorite traits about us together on one record.
Trevor: How has the fan-reaction to the album been?
Mark: The response has been very good. The numbers have kind of started off slower than we were hoping, but for the most part, it’s been received very well. It’s always a unique experience for us because Remember Right Now came out and was a very slow, slow build. Then Stop Doing Bad Things came out and had a really big start, but the fans were kind of split on whether they liked the darker, more mature sound we had on that record. Now on this one, it seems like it’s being received very well. Probably better than the last one, but at the same time, the numbers aren’t even as high as the second one was for the first couple of weeks. We’re keeping our shoulder to the wheel on it, and we know that. We know we need to get some support tours going in the new year to kind of get back in the faces of kids that may or may not have checked out the new record yet.
Trevor: Do any of the new songs stick out as new favorites for you guys to play?
Mark: (laughing) Yeah, I think we love playing the new stuff live, because with the lineup of people we’ve got playing out there..TJ on the bass, you know had been playing someone else’s music. He was in the band, but he wasn’t a part of those albums recording-wise, so it’s got to feel good for him. I think that this type of music, this style, really carries over well live. We try to have energy, but try to keep it composed enough to sound as good as it can. I’d say “The Only Thing That Matters,” which we’ve been opening up with on this tour, really, if I had to pick one track off of the new record to sum up the album, it would be that one. We’re playing a good number of songs off of it. I really like playing “Won’t Back Down” live, like a whole lot. It’s a little more mid-tempo rock. It’s definitely not slow, but mid. I really like playing that one. I think it will change every week(laughing) until the album is a year old, because then I can look back on it and really say what my favorites were.
Trevor: How has Dan leaving affected you guys as a unit?
Mark: Well, in multiple ways. First and foremost, he was just a really good friend that we had spent the last five years touring with. We had always associated touring with touring with Dan. We had never not had Dan. The biggest thing was of course, he’s just not here. We all miss him. We miss him as a person. We were good friends, and we still are. That’s what makes it okay. He didn’t really leave on hard terms. It wasn’t like he got mad and quit the band. It’s just where he was at with his personal life and various things that were going on. The fact is he had been with us for five years and he gave us the heads up a couple of months before that he was going to be leaving. He didn’t just pull out last minute. That being said, we had Jeff just filling in for a while and now he’s with us full time. I couldn’t be happier with the change. I’m not going to say it’s a change that I’m glad happened, but I’m going to say that taking a negative, such as Dan leaving, turning it positive would be Jeff joining. He’s been great. He’s been singing back-ups and playing the riffs as good as anybody. He’s a really cool guy. We press forward, you know? The future’s a big question mark, but we’re not throwing in the towel.
Trevor: Yeah. Speaking of former members, have you spoken with “old TJ” lately? If so, how is he doing?
Mark: You know, I haven’t talked to him too much. We spend a lot of time on tour and busy with the band. We e-mail back and forth here and there. I wouldn’t be the guy to ask how he’s doing. I know he has a job and has done various musical things in different directions since he’s been home. I don’t have much room, ’cause I’d be making it up. (Laughing)
Trevor: What influenced the decision to use “Secrets In Mirrors” as the first single?
Mark: A lot of things. We kind of left it up to the people who work with us and for us, because sometimes what you think would be the best single is not necessarily the case. From a band’s perspective, you want to pick your favorite song on the record. You don’t want to pick the song that’s commercially the most appealing. I think “Secrets In Mirrors” was a good middleground because it’s under three minutes long and has a chorus that’s memorable. It’s a little bit different, a little more dancey, a little more going on than most of our previous rock songs. I think it was a good decision, because it changed it up a little. From the singles that people would be expecting from us, this one’s a little bit different. People could debate all day long, is it their favorite song or their least favorite song? I don’t know. The whole point of a single is to reach out to the people who don’t already like your band. It’s good to get out a single for those kids that want to hear it, but the whole point of a single, of radio play in general, is to reach out to people who aren’t coming out to your shows and who aren’t already a fan of your band. So that being said, I think “Secrets” was a good choice. The label took a vote and they came with that one. We just kind of went with it and there you have it.
Trevor: How did the video shoot feel for you guys?
Mark: It was cool. It was different for us, because we’ve never done a serious video and it was the first time we didn’t have the reigns. We didn’t say how it was going to go. We didn’t choose it all. We helped to set up and make a decision on the location. Kind of the concepts, but even that kind of got taken from us and worked on. I guess I’m both ways about it. On one level, I think it looks very pro and I think it gets across a different message which is cool. On the flipside, me, myself being really into making videos when I was younger..not music videos, but just movies and whatever, I always want to feel like I have a grasp with what’s going on and I want to have fun with it. I usually end up trying to be too whacky and funny, so maybe it was in the best interest of the band to do a serious video. So there you have it. This next video, I think we’ll get more of our own personalities back into it. We worked with Darren Doane who recently retired, but he was behind “I Love the Way She Said L.A.” as well so it was cool working with him again. I’m definitely happy with it and I’m excited to see what we end up doing next.
Trevor: What was your Warped Tour experience like this summer?
Mark: It was hot. (laughing) Honestly, Warped Tour is like a double edged sword. On one level it’s great because it’s huge promotion and you’re out in front of what could be a few hundered kids, could be practically nobody, could be a few thousand. You never know. It depends on who you’re up against and what stage you’re on that day. Personally, I could take it or leave it. I like the performing part, and I like meeting a lot of people and hanging out with bands. It sounds like there’s a lot of pros, and on that level, there are. But on the flipside, as far as playing music is concerned, I’d rather be in a club. I just really would. I don’t like the fact that weather can make or break your performance or that the sound could be horrible outside. It’s not even the sound engineer’s fault. It’s just the acoustics of where you’re at. I’m sure we’ll do it again. This was our first time on it, and we gained a lot from it and learned a lot. Next time, we’ll be twice as smart about the way we handle things.
Trevor: Lots of sunscreen, huh?
Mark: (Laughing) Sunscreen..everything from learning the tricks of when to go get food and when not to, to learning how to preserve your own energy and splitting up the jobs that have to be done throughout the day, because it’s a mad house.
Trevor: You guys recently did a small in-store tour. How’d that work out?
Mark: It was definitely..different. That’s the best word I can use. On one level, it’s purely retail. It wasn’t at clubs, there weren’t promoters, there weren’t tickets; it’s free. It was free, and it was at record stores that were selling our cd. They’re all independent record stores, the exception being we did one Borders. The whole point of it was to get kids to come to those shows and get the new record. I think on some levels that happened, but in some cases, I think the stores may or may not promote it the way you want them to. We were also promoting this headlining tour at the same time. Some of which were very similar markets or nearby, so we had to pick and choose our battles with what we’re promoting, because you can’t overload people with what you’re doing. There were some nights that were jam-packed with kids that were singing every word, and there were some nights that were very, very scarce. It was cool, because almost 95% of it was acoustic, and that is a side of the band that a lot of people have never seen, including the band itself. That was fun, and I really did like doing that. There’s a lot of videos of it up YouTube and I was watching them thinking, “Man, maybe that was really cool?” It was intimate no matter what. Whether there was a couple of hundered kids or practically nobody in the store, it was always intimate because it was us sitting there playing music. I liked it. It was different, but it’s over though. I’m glad to back in a full-on rock atmosphere. It was cool, though, and hopefully those who saw it walked away thinking it was different and a cool way to see us play. Because, you know we tour full time every year, so if you’re going to see us play time and time again it’d be cool to see it done differently.
Trevor: Would you maybe consider doing a couple of acoustic songs to release online?
Mark: Yeah. I actually recorded “What Were You Thinking” acoustically, not too long ago, just because I wanted to. It came out really cool, but we hadn’t really thought about taking the time to put together anything acoustically until we had done it. Everyone was very supportive and excited about the way it sounded.
Trevor: Do you think that the ongoing Hawthorne Heights lawsuit against Victory will affect any of the other bands on the roster? Are you worried about anything happening to the label?
Mark: To answer the first question, yes 100% because Victory very much so treats their label like a family. That being said, it’s publicity and publicity is good, whether it’s good or bad because it’s getting people to talk about your bands, your roster, or whatever. It’s really..we’re caught between a rock and hard place with this lawsuit, because we’ve toured with Hawthorne Heights multiple times. We’re friends with them and we’re very excited for how much success they’ve gotten. At the same time we see that and it keeps us going, and it keeps the drive alive to want to achieve that level of success and to play to that many kids on a daily basis. It’s kind of flipping a coin really, because on one side it’s people who are behind us and behind our music and who make it possible for us to do what we do vs. people that we tour with and are our peers. It’s like we can’t really pick a side, because we don’t really know what’s going to happen and each way has a different outcome for how it’s going to affect every band on that label. There’s some pros and some cons to each side of it, too. We’re just going to have to wait it out. We’re not going to make any public statements about what we think should or should not happen. We’re just going to let those two fight it out.
Trevor: Do you think you’ll ever re-press or maybe do an online release for your old material, maybe remastered?
Mark: Yeah, there’s been talk of it. Since we signed to Victory, there had been talk of them getting the rights to that material, and the label that put stuff out was definitely interested, but wanted to hold onto it for a while and really see how the band does and what kind of demand for it there would be. I would love more than anything else for our next release to be a b-sides and rarities record that would have the old material plus un-released stuff from over the years; some demos that didn’t make the albums, some covers, some acoustic stuff, and some live stuff. I’d really like to do that before we do another full length, because I feel like this era of our band, for the past four or five years, has a lot to say outside of just the records themselves. I think it’d be to mostly cater to just the fans. I wouldn’t push the record to someone who had never listened to us before or tell them to pick it up, because if they’re going to have a starting point, I’d want it to be one of our actual releases. I think it’d be cool, and looking back on that stuff, we’ve been a band for eight years now; we’ve got everything from our very first demos in 1998 through like I said, outtakes and b-sides from the past three records and our independent releases before Victory. We could pick and choose through all of that stuff and put together a really cool disc, I think.
Trevor: If you were to release that collection, do you have any footage you’d want to include as a DVD?
Mark: Very possibly. We’ll see what happens. Victory, you know, we kind of have to sit down with them and go over whether or not this is going to happen, and time-wise, when it would happen. We’d probably want to get some current footage as well as collections of old stuff. We have a lot of old stuff, some really cool stuff that’s handheld camera in a basement, but it really shows you where we were and where we are.
Trevor: Finally, what do you guys have planned after this tour?
Mark: This tour runs right through mid-December, then we get home for the holidays. After the new year, we’re actually going to Australia in January, which will be our first time down under, so that’s cool. Then we plan to be supporting the U.S. throughout the entire spring through summer. Possibly be back out on the festival circuit, possibly not, depending on what’s going on. I mean, this record is brand new, so we have a baby to raise.
Trevor: Well sir, thank you for your time. It’s always fun talking to you.
Mark: No problem. No problem.
Spitalfield‘s new video for “Secrets In Mirrors” is now on YouTube. Check it out below if you haven’t seen it yet.
Boys Like Girls have been tapped to open for the All-American Rejects, Motion City Soundtrack and The Format starting on December 1st. The band will also be joining Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia, and Over It on the road for the month of November. You can find the tour dates below.
Oct 11 2006 7:00P
Bogart’s w/Lostprophets Cincinnati, OH
Oct 12 2006 8:30P
PennState University – Free Acoustic Show! College Town, PA
Oct 13 2006 7:30P
Crocodile Rock Cafe w/Lostprophets Allentown, PA
Oct 14 2006 8:00P
The Chance w/Lostprophets Poughkeepsie, NY
Oct 15 2006 7:30P
Northern Lights w/Lostprophets Clifton Park, NY
Oct 16 2006 6:30P
Stone Pony w/Lostprophets Asbury Park, NJ
Oct 18 2006 7:00P
Showplace Theatre Buffalo, NY
Oct 19 2006 8:00P
The Trocadero Philadelphia, PA
Oct 21 2006 8:30P
Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel Providence, RI
Nov 4 2006 8:00P
School of Rock w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It S. Hackensack, NJ
Nov 5 2006 8:00P
Webster Underground w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia, and Over It Hartford, CT
Nov 6 2006 5:00P
The ICC w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Allston, MA
Nov 7 2006 8:00P
Village Pub w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Amityville, NY
Nov 8 2006 8:00P
The Ottobar w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Baltimore, MD
Nov 9 2006 8:00P
The Championship w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Lemoyne, PA
Nov 10 2006 8:00P
The Harmony Grange w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Wilmington, DE
Nov 11 2006 8:00P
The Masquerade w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Atlanta, GA
Nov 12 2006 8:00P
Greene Street w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Greensboro, NC
Nov 14 2006 8:00P
Sector 7G w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Augusta, GA
Nov 15 2006 8:00P
The Backbooth w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Orlando, FL
Nov 16 2006 8:00P
Culture Room w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Nov 17 2006 7:00P
Fuel Coffeehouse w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Jacksonville, FL
Nov 18 2006 8:00P
1982 Bar w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Gainesville, FL
Nov 20 2006 8:00P
Walter’s on Washington w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Houston, TX
Nov 21 2006 7:00P
Stubbs Bar-B-Que w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Austin, TX
Nov 22 2006 8:00P
The Door w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Dallas, TX
Nov 24 2006 8:00P
Skrappy’s w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Tucson, AZ
Nov 25 2006 8:00P
The Sets w/ Spitalfield, Punchline, Valencia and Over It Tempe, AZ
Dec 1 2006 6:00P
iPayOne Center w/The All American Rejects, Motion City Soundtrack and The Format San Diego, CA
Dec 2 2006 7:00P
Gibson Amphiteatre w/The All American Rejects, Motion City Soundtrack and The Format Universal City, CA
Dec 4 2006 5:30P
Event Center @ San Jose w/The All American Reject, Motion City Soundtrack and The Format San Jose, CA
Dec 6 2006 5:30P
Quest Field Event Center w/The All American Rejects, Motion City Soundtrack and The Format Seattle, WA
Dec 8 2006 6:00P
Salt Air Theatre w/The All American Rejects, Motion City Soundtrack and The Format Magna, UT
Dec 9 2006 6:00P
Salt Air Theatre w/The All American Rejects, Motion City Soundtrack and The Format Magna, UT
Dec 10 2006 5:30P
The Fillmore Auditorium w/The All American Rejects, Motion City Soundtrack and The Format Denver, CO
Dec 12 2006 7:00P
Uptown Theatre w/The All American Rejects, Motion City Soundtrack and The Format Kansas City, MO
Dec 15 2006 6:00P
The Eagles Ballroom w/The All American Rejects, Motion City Soundtrack and The Format Milwaukee, WI
Dec 16 2006 6:00P
Roy Wilkins Auditorium River Centre w/ The All American Rejects Saint Paul, MN
Dec 18 2006 5:30P
Eastern MI Convocation Ctr. w/ The All American Rejects Ypsilanti, MI
Dec 19 2006 5:00P
Arragon Ballroom w/ The All American Rejects Chicago, IL
Dec 20 2006 5:30P
Assembly Hall – University of Illinois w/ The All American Rejects Champaign, IL
Spitalfield are Victory’s best kept secret and their biggest mistake. By that, I mean that Spitalfield are a band that are so far above others, that it’s still cool to talk about them to people who don’t know who they are. By biggest mistake I mean that people not knowing who they are is an injustice done to this band. I don’t see any elaborate marketing campaign to catapult them into the same league as some of their peers who have gone on to sell hundreds of thousands of albums. Maybe I’m a little bitter, because their previous two albums mean so much to me.
“Remember Right Now” was a record that had a sound reminiscent of other emo/pop-rock bands that I was listening to at the time, but it stood out so much. It remained a permanent fixture in my listening lineup throughout high school. “Stop Doing Bad Things” was met with mixed reviews from fans, but manages to be spun every night(and often on repeat) when I’m going to sleep. I’m one of those people that found it to be far above the sugary goodness of RRN.
That brings us to Spitalfield’s third full length for Victory, “Better Than Knowing Where You Are.” For months, vocalist/guitarist Mark Rose has been saying that this album takes the best of the first two albums and puts them together to create a new direction altogether for the band. It’s true, as this new album is an amalglam of the previous two records, combining the pop sensibilities of the first album with the rock-edge of the second.
“Dare To…” opens the album with Mark’s voice calmly coming across the speakers backed up by an ambient guitar that leads into one of my favorite tracks, the fervent “The Only Thing That Matters.” Vocally, I believe this is Mark at his best, going from a soft croon into an explosive crescendo of vocal power. The pace doesn’t let up as “On The Floor” showcases Rose and former long-time guitarist Dan Lowder’s ability to play off eachother in a way that a lot of younger guitar-duo’s lack. First single “Secrets In Mirrors” proceeds to slow things down a bit. This is one of my least favorite tracks, and I don’t think it was a good pick for a first single. Lyrically, it’s got staying power, but it lacks the punch the previous two songs delivered. The title tracks picks things back up only to have them slowed down again by the relaxing “Hold On.” The song is smiliar to “In The Same Lifetime” from the band’s first Victory full length. The mid-tempo “Won’t Back Down” is easy on the ears and also tends to stick out for me. Three more rockers, including the lackluster “Lasting First Impression” are followed up by one more slow burner in “Novocaine.” Finally closing the album is the ridiculously delicious “Listen.”
While I’m completely in love with this album, a small handful of tracks that aren’t up to par tend to bring it down a little bit. However, the fact of the matter remains. Spitalfield are leaps and bounds above the blandess that so many bands are bringing to this style of music right now, and they always have been. If this record doesn’t elevate this band to a higher place, something is wrong. I can’t stress buying this album enough. Buy it for yourself, your friends, and even your parents. Then tell the world to go buy it.
1. Dare To…
2. The Only Thing That Matters
3. On The Floor
4. Secrets In Mirrors
5. Better Than Knowing Where You Are
6. Hold On
7. Won’t Back Down
8. Curtain Call
9. Tell Me, Clarice
10. Lasting First Impression