Right Where We Left Off

Album: Not Without A Fight (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • The album title is taken from the lyrics of this song: "You can't get rid of me that easy, no, not without a fight."
  • Drummer Cyrus Bolooki explained the album title to Front And Center Rock: "I think it just kind of goes in with the whole idea that we've been around for a while, and we really feel like a resurgence for us that after eleven years now we're still relevant. We're on tours with bands like Four Year Strong, A Day To Remember and ya know, a lot of these bands maybe they first got into bands like us, and it's almost like another generation. But it makes us feel awesome that we're still out here and I hope that people don't just think we're like the old guys out there."

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