“Hats off to Jeremy, because on the last track of the album, ‘Rock Bottom,’ there was just something about it that wasn’t clicking with me. Jeremy was like, ‘No, honestly, listen to me and trust me on this one!’” Barlow says in the interview. “It was a great feeling to be proven wrong by him.”
Life’s Not Out To Get You debuted on Hopeless in August of this year. The album was produced by McKinnon and Andrew Wade, who is also credited for Motionless In White’s Creatures, A Loss For Words’ No Sanctuary and multiple A Day To Remember records.