Lyndriette: I learned that I never get tired of doing what I love to do. I realized that even though we're doing the same thing every night, night after night, I know that I'm never going to get tired of this. This is something I want to be doing for years to come. I know I loved this before, but now I really, really realized that I love what I do.
During your set, you performed a ballad for your second song. It was very pretty but I was unable to catch the title. Could you tell me a little bit about the song – the inspiration and the title?
Brave: The ballad is called "Back to the Club." Basically, what we're talking about is – and we can completely relate to this – meeting someone in the club who we thought could be very special to us. Then he basically broke our heart and we feel like the club is not the place we want to be yet. That's why we called it "Back to the Club." We just talk about how in that moment we don't feel like we ever want to go back in the club because it reminds us of him. We kind of just want to be done with it.
You ladies are not only talented singers but songwriters as well. How important is it for you to be known – especially on your first album – as both singers and songwriters?
Lyndriette: I think it is very, very, very important to us that we be known as singers and songwriters. All four of us write. We all get a chance to write in this album. I know a lot of times new artists don't get that chance to write on their first album, so it's definitely important that people know that. We are multi-talented.
Brave: To add to what Lyndriette said, we want our fans to know that even just on the musical aspect in terms of the arrangement, we get to do those type of things, too. Rich Harrison will leave the studio and then come back and we already have the song completely arranged vocally, the backgrounds, the ad-libs – a lot of that stuff we come up with as well.