In 2017 Six Years Later moved from being a studio project to a live band. Playing the original songs from the first two albums, Road to Somewhere and Bad Habits, the band found a new sound emerging. A more guitar driven, pop/rock oriented sound replaced the synth/pop based landscape from the original albums.
The newly formed live band took their vibrant reimagining of these songs and went into the studio to record them as the fourth album from Six Years Later.
Part way into recording the album, Alicia McHugh, the new singer for Six Years Later left to pursue other interests and Natalie Semkiw was brought back in to complete the project.