Mother Church Pew premiers first
Susan Hubbard calls the song "a dreamy campfire song of minor chords and major contemplation...the song’s video, filmed in the Tennessee countryside, is a fitting visual interpretation of the track’s ethereal sensibility, freedom, and natural beauty, featuring the band playing and dancing in a sun-washed landscape."
Anouk Asunder's Iris Dutour says of the song: “It is a song about opening up to the person you are to become. I wanted the lyrics to reflect, through nature-filled images, how it feels inside to go through the ups and downs of life. How even though self doubt and fear can be overpowering, there is always something that keeps me going forward and trust that I am carried with each step that I take. Something telling me to keep roaming.”