this band, i feel, is doomed to never really receive the recognition it deserves in terms of pure success. whether it's selling albums or drawing fans to shows, they are right among the best of their peers - the bands they grew up with that came into relevance around 2009 or so. why that's the case isn't something i fully understand, but i hope fireworks continues to make records for a while. it's exciting to watch them develop.
I think you nailed that! I applaud you for that. And I will fund them to continue writing/recording forever even when they break up just so people obsessed with the band can receive a delicious set of songs every 2-3 years. Who's with me?