|1||We Have A Body Count||Lyrics/Info||2:19|
|2||Better Off Without You||Lyrics/Info||2:58|
|3||My B-Side Life||Lyrics/Info||3:08|
|4||Pull Your Own Weight||Lyrics/Info||2:55|
|5||Waste My Time||Lyrics/Info||3:05|
|7||Everything To Lose||Lyrics/Info||3:19|
|8||Only Famous People Get Famous||Lyrics/Info||2:20|
|9||Head For The Hills||Lyrics/Info||3:22|
|10||Getting Kicked In The Face Has Never Been So Much Fun||Lyrics/Info||3:38|
Veara has a lot to prove with the release of What We Left Behind, a title which the band says is about leaving behind doubt and naysayers, and a theme that can be found throughout the album. After years of fighting a revolving door of band members, ceaseless doubt and small town narrow-mindedness, Veara respond with a bold new album.
"We have been through a lot of turmoil as a band," says drummer Brittany Harrell. "Whether it be people doubting us, saying you can't do this, members quitting, people lying, etc. The songs on this record have to do with everything that we were going through within that year. It pretty much means all those topics are being left behind because we can do this and we will do this no matter what."
"It's not just for us though," adds vocalist Bradley Wyrosdick. "It's for everyone that has a dream and has people telling them they can't do what they want to do with their life. It's your life and you can accomplish whatever you put your mind to, and that's what we did with What We Left Behind."
And the proof is in the music. Bouncy choruses, ripping riffs and terrorizing drums rule on What We Left Behind. Featuring tracks like the fiery opener, "We Have a Body Count," the newly released sing-along "My B-Side Life" and the mosh-popper "Head For The Hills," What We Left Behind is an honest take of the band's life experiences over the past several years, set to a musical score of anthemic pop-punk.
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