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"Now the next step," Bohlman says, "is how to make the show big and also play to new people."
Whereas The Crash That Took Me had the luxury of relying on its members' earlier bands' fans with its last record, that given has suddenly become a question mark.
"It's the same way Dallas has always been—even in the heyday of all [our] bands," Bohlman says. "The odd thing that's always so shitty about Dallas is that people are really supportive, but there's also that undercurrent of 'So what?'"
"I just think there needs to be a positive spin on stuff," Wagener adds—but not without quickly acknowledging that this thought, too, is all part of the band's plan. "That bleeds into the goal now for our new things... because it's so split right now."