The me, my three key things that I look for when I listen to be the, uh, things that really affects me when I hear song are Melody, vocal, Melody. Obviously, I'm vocalist so I'm really harping on, uh, the voice and the Melody. And then also Now I really appreciate a hook in a song, something memorable, something to ground it, and then meaningful Miracle content. Those are the most important thing for me for a song. I really feel like when they meander too far from a little bit of pop sensibility. I don't know if I am as affected is when I have something that I can really hole like, hang onto in this off, whether it's a ref or the word That's repeated over and over. So you know, that's a quite of evolution for me, uh, from somebody who used to be much more, uh, inspired by cutting Indy. Sensibility, I know, I think Now I'll always I've always like something that you can hang onto in the song that makes you feel something is repeated just enough that you can grab it And remember it. Um, and Yeah, just I love an epic Melody, EPA song at the focal regardless of genre. Um, no, you not listen to some of your, Um, look, a sort of like a little mishmash of kind of the different things that you have on here. Listen to LTD and I listen to lightning. Um, and that was the bones of all this is the kind of a departure. Uh, from that from that sort of other sound in a way, Maybe maybe maybe I'm Maybe I'm wrong about that, But it sounds You know, like you've got more of the sort of the dance electronical going on her own thing. Now, do you know when you sit down to do something laid bones that you're gonna go in that direction, or are you like, this is just a song? And then when you take because of snow, you sit down to produce it. Then it becomes unlike. Chronic a type of thing. Well, it's interesting because I would say bones is for sure, A huge departure from kind of music. I was reading maybe ten years ago. Uh, that first album, a piano driven kind of more in deep singer-songwriter vibe. Uh, but with my last record Make noise Ah, I worked with a collaborator, Josh quarrels, He's the producer. Uh, and we wrote that record together. And to me, bones is kind of a natural evolution from where that record started to go and where we're going now, and we're still working together. And so he and I have really been taking our electronic ideas, um, to the next level. But I'm also, I think you can hear a little bit of this, uh, of the direction on I, my last record. There's some more, you know dance driven be There's definitely more electron quick action. Um. And so it all kind of has just been a creative process with us and this is, you know, the direction we really wanted to go in. Okay, I want to talk, come back and talk about that direction in the deposition in a minute here. But I would like the uh, audience to here, We're talking about Hong Kong say, Oh frame, we're ever. So we're gonna go ahead and play bones. Uh, uh, uh by uh, and I'm and I am I to me was correct me if I'm saying was wrong. An an and notched a nausea. It's a new Shea, their new Shannon wind day. Um, I don't know why I was some because of the thing the wrong for a week. A new sure. I got it all racist selling, yeah Okay. All right. It'd be out say or Andrew Shea. Yeah. And the show or news and a show. Okay. Uh, this up This is bones bland shape. Uh, Guys check this out. Uh, bums on the we'd be rock and roll surface. On. I've got a fee. Not as though. God I am gun laws Somaliland Mainassara and so on. I had gone. Firmly endless he lack of title. Dan. I gotta be in-in-in-in bones and mild bones in mud bone. And and. And. And. And on. And and. I've got a sideline out his old girl. No. No. And even Nial going home match.