Hey there everyone, Andrew Horowitz here! I just wanted to share some of the adventures and memories I've had with my Tally Hall bandmates. It's been quite a journey with these guys, and I wouldn't have it any other way.

We've had our fair share of ups and downs, but at the end of the day, we always come together to create something magical. Whether we're rehearsing for a show or just hanging out in our favorite spots around town, there's never a dull moment when all five of us are together.

One memory that stands out to me is when we were on tour last summer. We traveled from city to city, playing sold-out shows and meeting amazing fans along the way. The energy was electric every night, and seeing how our music resonated with people from all walks of life was truly humbling.

During one particular show in Chicago, we decided to switch things up and play an acoustic set for our encore. The intimate setting allowed us to connect with our audience on a deeper level, and hearing their voices sing along as we played "Ruler Of Everything" brought tears to my eyes.

Of course, not every moment on tour was glamorous. There were late nights spent cramped in a tour bus bunk bed trying to catch some sleep before another early morning soundcheck. But even during those challenging times, being surrounded by my bandmates made everything worth it.

Back home in Ann Arbor, Michigan is where it all started for us. From jamming in Joe's basement after school to performing at local venues around town - those early days laid the foundation for what would become Tally Hall as you know it today.

I'll never forget the first time we heard one of our songs on the radio or when someone recognized us while grocery shopping - those moments solidified that this crazy dream of ours was actually becoming a reality.

As much as I love making music with these guys though,I also cherish the simple moments outside of rehearsals or performances.We can often be found grabbing coffee at our favorite café,taking long walks through parks,and enjoying each other’s company without any pressure or expectations.Just being ableto be ourselves without worrying about anything else has created bonds among usthat will last forever.I’m gratefulfor having such great friends who support me unconditionally.They’re like family tome now,andI couldn’t imagine going through life without them by mysidethe entire journeyhas been nothing shortof incredible,andI can’t waitto see what lies aheadforTallyHallandour friendshipaswe continueonthis wild ridecalledlife