Vinyl LP pressing. The overall idea of Boundaries' new album Your Receding Warmth is that as life continues and we all get older, support systems and avenues of love we use throughout life gradually fall to the wayside and aren't replaced by anything. The idea being that as you get old you shouldn't need so much "help" and the expectation shifts from every individual doing what they must to live their best and happiest life, to just keeping your head down and burying your struggles internally. "The tracklist is arranged in a way that follows the stages I go through when I lose one of these support systems, in a way that almost parallels the way people talk about the stages of grief," says singer Matthew McDougal. The record finds the band taking more chances than ever while building upon their inherent ferocity, stories of bleak existence, and the knack for keeping an audience on their toes that has drawn so many people to the Connecticut-based band. Recorded with producer Randy Leboeuf at Graphic Nature Audio in New Jersey, the band went to painstaking lengths during the recording process to ensure the record was infused with a new level of attention to detail.