“We had recently quit our day jobs and were ‘full-time’ musicians and writers for the first time,” the band’s Ian Axel tells Rolling Stone. “We were stepping into a new role in life and really honing in on our dreams. This was us venting and sort of rebelling against the norm and what was expected of us. It was a way to tell ourselves that we could have it all if we wanted it.”
Ah, sweet freedom — what that must be like. Actually, you can see the euphoria not needing a 9-to-5 causes by watching the guys goof around in their latest visual. Watch it below!