The track, off the pop punk group’s forthcoming debut full-length Indecision to Move, is about seeking closure with a past flame.
“[It] was intentional in [our]writing to keep it vague and relative,” the band said. “As he goes through life, he thinks about her and what she’s doing. He finds himself desperately missing her and wishes to be her companion, but things happen over time and he just can’t win. Ten years is significant to the idea that time changes everything and a lot can happen over the course of just 10 years. This song also has no resolution, or end for the sake of perspective–putting the audience in a position to just ‘move on’ from the song, just like the character in this song.”
Indecision to Move is available November 17.