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Beside Myself is not a concept record, but themes of the album do often relate to the inability of being comfortable in one's skin. Being concerned about the future, troubled about the past, and how difficult it can be to exist in the moment. Co-produced with Colin Brittain and mixed by Rich Costey (At The Drive In, Muse, Biffy Clyro), Beside Myself marks Basement's Fueled By Ramen/Warner Bros debut and follows their 2016 breakthrough, Promise Everything. Beside Myself finds Basement's introspection unfolding over a collection of deeply-rich punk-charged alternative classics led by the likes of "Disconnect," "Be Here Now" and "Stigmata."