Hey there, it's Ross Federman here. Drummer extraordinaire and resident chill guy of Tally Hall. Today, I want to talk about something that's been on my mind lately - the power of friendship and camaraderie within our band.

Being a part of Tally Hall isn't just about making music together. It's about building relationships and forming bonds with the people you create art with. And let me tell you, the friendships I have formed within this group are some of the strongest I've ever experienced.

Sure, we may have our differences at times (I mean, Andrew does want to kill me sometimes), but at the end of the day, we all come together as a unit. We support each other through thick and thin, lift each other up when things get tough, and celebrate each other's successes like they're our own.

There is something truly magical about being surrounded by people who not only share your passion for music but also genuinely care for you as a person. The sense of belonging and acceptance that comes from being a part of this tight-knit group is unparalleled.

I think back to all the late-night jam sessions we've had in Matt's basement or all those long hours spent perfecting our performances for shows. Through it all, one thing has remained constant - the unwavering support and love we have for one another.

And let me tell you something else - having friends like these makes everything better. The highs are higher when shared with them, and even during low moments they are always there to pick me up when I'm feeling down.

So here's to friendship in its purest form; here’s to Tally Hall - a group bound not only by music but by an unbreakable bond forged through years of laughter, tears,and unforgettable memories shared together.

In conclusion, Ross Federman