"It took a long time for this album to come together— it’s been almost four years since we started. Both of us were living at home, in transition after our first years of college hadn’t worked out. We wrote songs about being stuck, and letting people down, and eventually coming out the other side. It turns out that when you take a long time to write nine songs, you get a pretty nice narrative arc.
We’d like to thank our families for supporting us, our friends for listening to us and Jason for recording us (and then waiting for us to scrounge together the money to pay him).
I’d also like to thank Russ for being the best friend anyone could ask for. Without him, none of this would have happened."
"Wow, I can't believe the album is actually finished. I first met Wyatt in sophomore year of high school and we bonded over our mutual appreciation for The Clash, and formed our first band together shortly thereafter. It's amazing how much we've both grown as people and musicians, and as friends over the span of seven or so years.
I am so incredibly proud these songs and of Wyatt for his lyrical achievements that stand in the songs on this album, as well as his patience with me. I know it was frustrating at times, but thanks for sticking with me buddy :)"
Wyatt Miller played guitar, bass, and sang.
Russ Wood played guitar, bass, drums, and sang a lil' bit.
Jason Hallyburton, in all his illustrious glory, recorded, mixed, mastered, and produced this album.
Domic Nohai sang backups on "You Don't Like My Snowman House of Horror, Do You?"
Dominic and Haley BG played drums and bass, respectively, at the first Housing Glow full-band show on May 24, 2015.
Jonny Clugston took the album cover photo. Check out his work here: jonnyclugston.wix.com/portfolio