AOL: 'Hello World' is such a beautiful song that talks about seeing God's miracles in life. What was the last thing you saw that made you remember that God is here?
Charles: I can put myself in that spot, in the car, just sitting there in traffic absolutely about to explode and all of a sudden you look over and see something as innocent and cute as a child with chocolate on her face. And you go, "I needed that, in that moment, to relax and remind myself that life is still sweet."
AOL: You co-produced this album. But there's a guy who says he deserves some credit, too -- Charles' brother, Josh Kelley. He said in his interview with AOL's The Boot, "Dave learned how to produce by sitting in on my Pro-Tools sessions and stealing my techniques."
Dave: That's 100% true. Me and Charles sat there and watched Josh produce all this stuff, and we soaked it all up. So when we were in the studio with Paul [Worley], there was a lot of stuff that we knew. We had enough knowledge to push a few buttons and turn a few knobs! As songwriters, this was the next step for us. When we write the songs, we envision them as big, stadium songs. So to be in the studio and be able to control that, bring that vision to Paul Worley, who listened to everything we said ...
Hillary: But yes, Josh, you get the credit!
AOL: Do all three of you have to agree on a song 100% before it goes on an album, or do you do a little compromising here and there?
Charles: We definitely have to, on everything. We try to all be 100% behind every decision we make, and luckily it's worked out so far. And if someone's on the fence, you state your case and obviously come to a compromise. But we've been really fortunate, especially when it comes to music. We know what the record is missing, and certain songs we'll say, "That's great and may be a hit song but can we save it?"
Hillary: Because it's too similar to this one ...
Charles: And we don't want three heartbreak songs. We want to balance out a record.
Hillary: We don't want people thinking I'm really going through a rough time with all the heartbreak songs.
Charles: Hillary writes a lot of depressing songs, and she's the sweetest, most happy person I've ever met!
Hillary: I'm not bi-polar.
AOL: When we posted on our Twitter page that we were interviewing you, several female fans tweeted back, wanting us to ask if Dave is single. So, Dave?
Hillary: Oh, snap!
Charles: Dave's very single!
Dave: And Hillary is very single as well!
Charles: So underneath the screen, if you could just flash his ...
Hillary: 1-800-CAL-DAVE ... with one L.
Dave: I thought you were going to say that they thought y'all [Hillary and Charles] were together.
Dave: He's married.
Hillary: He liked it and he put a ring on it.