Sometimes, you'll shine the brightest during your darkest hour.
"We went from massive success to nothing over the course of two years," recalls Katz. "We didn't like the direction the band was going in, and we wanted to do something closer to our hearts. We had to start over. The only thing you have in times like that is hope."
With hope in their hearts, the duo began feverishly penning songs in Katz's Los Angeles studio that summer. Galvanized and reinvigorated, they emerged from that sweaty, air conditioner-less room with over one-hundred...