Hey there, Ross Federman here. Just sitting down to reflect on the wild journey that has been my time with Tally Hall. It's crazy to think about all the ups and downs we've had as a band, but I wouldn't trade it for anything.

From our humble beginnings playing small shows in Ann Arbor to getting signed by Atlantic Records, it's been quite the ride. And let me tell you, being up on stage pounding away at those drums is truly where I feel alive.

Sure, Andrew might want to kill me sometimes (I mean, who doesn't he want to kill?), but hey, that's just part of being in a band with such different personalities. We may butt heads occasionally, but when we come together and make music... man oh man does it feel magical.

And let's not forget about all the amazing fans we've met along the way. The ones who show up at every gig wearing their quirky homemade Tally Hall shirts or who wait outside after a show just to say hello. You guys are what keep us going through thick and thin.

But beyond all the fame and success (and trust me, there have been plenty of pinch-me moments), what really sticks out for me are those late-night jam sessions in our tiny practice space. Just five friends making music together without a care in the world.

As we continue on this musical journey together – wherever it may take us – I know one thing for sure: I'll always have my drumsticks in hand ready to rock out with my brothers from another mother.

So here's to Tally Hall – past, present, and future. Let's keep making beautiful noise together until they kick us off stage... or until Andrew actually manages to kill me (kidding). Cheers!