Channeling the work of modern-day masters Ben Gibbard and Sufjan Stevens, Groff crafted a batch of vivacious yet personal songs that eventually became 'an album'. Yes Yes Yes is much more than a statement of positivity. It's an enthusiastic realization, a moment of certainty. It’s an honest and autobiographical display of humanism. These are stories of self-examination, sacrifice, compromise, and lessons learned, all leading to the avoidance of a quarter-life crisis.
Recorded over two years and a thousand studio hours, Yes Yes Yes is a textured and dynamic song-scape. The album flows naturally through epic, passionate rockers (Landlocked, Gasoline), hushed and intimate confessions (Body of Water, Breathing Light), and playful accounts of legendary locals (Chemicals). Groff's Thom Yorke-esque voice elicits moods of vulnerability and positivity, and pulls from the entire spectrum of love itself.
The album was co-produced with Adam Schmitt(HUM, Headlights) and Anthony Gravino, and was mastered by Jon Pines (Billy Bragg & Wilco, Jay Bennett, Braid) in Champaign-Urbana, IL.