|Guitars:||Audelio Flores, Jr|
|Vocals, Guitars:||Jordan Brown|
Shouting words at a mirror, trying to find the hero. I don’t want to let any of you down. I see me on the floor of a room inside my own house with a set of darker eyes. Distortion shows how to open doors I closed for good reasons years before. Growing up, I was told one too many times I’d never be good enough, never be alright. See, I’m an equal like you with fears, I’m not above or below. My only home is here. Want you to know I sometimes let go. Shouting words at a mirror, trying to find the hero they all say I am. This voice behind these verses is still so far from perfect. I don’t want to let any of you down. Kick myself, numbed up to reacquaint with hell. Lost touch and stared off into doubt. Depersonalized in a cloud. Trading afflictions for imperfections. Because I have troubles I hide and emotions that I cry, and I am not strong sometimes. I, too, need song to save my life. Run from self-harm. Experiencing alterations. No control over self-perception. I am on outside bones observing these skeletons. Get away, I hate the darkness. Get away, I turn all the lights on. Because I have troubles I hide and emotions that I cry. But I will get through this just fine. We have each other to remind.
Set Your Goals have always followed their own musical path and that fact has never been as evident as it is on the band's third …