In an interview with Alternative Press, Yellowcard open up on their breakup.
“Our band has gone from being all the way at the top of the game and kind of crashing down to a point where you need to take some time away from it,” Key adds. “It’s a conscious choice every day not to live in the past and wonder, ‘What if we had done this or that differently? Would we have maintained that Ocean Avenue success for longer or sold more records?’ I think between putting out so much music and touring our asses off for the past five or six years, it hasn’t been hard to make that choice. There are a lot of bands that don’t get the opportunities we’ve had once, let alone twice. You have to be humble and not let yourself get stuck in ‘coulda shoulda woulda.’”
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