Georgia’s I Would Set Myself On Fire For You has spent years creating their new album “Believes In Patterns” and it was definitely worth the wait. I Would Set Myself on For You have grown immensely since their debut cd. Featured on the new cd are a grand total of eleven songs. I Would’s emotive hardcore style has expanded greatly and comparing them to such bands as still life and portrait are virtually meaningless now. Utilizing all sorts of different instruments I would now possess’s a much more distinct and unique sound which is hard to exactly categorize. While the emotive screamo foundation is still present, I would’s sound now utilize such influences as pop, Americana and even country.