Despite plans to break up later this year, Yellowcard have consistently inspired their fans throughout the band's two decades of existence. The release of their fifth studio album, Lights and Sounds, was no exception.
Speaking to Fuse back in 2006, frontman Ryan Key described the extremely personal album as a "group therapy session" and "the closest thing to us that we've ever done."
When asked if they're worried about losing fans who might not connect with the album, Key said, "We really try not to alienate anyone with it. People that have been with us this long, hopefully they're gonna stick with us through everything we do."