Though this reunion isn't all roses (two TBS members were basically ousted to make space for Nolan and Cooper), the bassist is buzzing with positivity and believes that the bandmates have matured. "I never in my wildest dreams imagined that I'd be back in this band. With the way we all get along and just enjoy each other's company, we all feel really fulfilled. If we can keep this thing going, we don't have to be the biggest band in the world to be happy."

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