Find Your Worth, Come Home is the second studio album by American metalcore band To Speak of Wolves it was released on May 22, 2012 through Solid State. Produced by Matt McClellan, the record was recorded at Glow In The Dark Studios in Atlanta, Georgia from 2011−2012. The album is a follow up to To Speak Of Wolves's 2010 album; Myself Is Less Than Letting Go, the album features with the new member of the band Seth Webster in substitution of Will McCutcheon in 2012 and William "Gage" Speas is substitution of Rick Jacobs, also features the member from the Oh, Sleeper's band Micah Kinard. The official song for promote the album was "Hivemind", the lead single is the song called "Je Suis Fini" premiered on YouTube on May 14, 2012.
According to the drummer player Phil Chamberlain, "Most of the record was written on the piano. Aaron sat at his dad's baby grand and wrote for months. We were lodgers for the entire writing of Find Your Worth. We were listening to a lot of Tom Waits' The Heart of Saturday Night and Bowie's Heros. It's weird to think about but we only listened to music that sounded nothing like To Speak Of Wolves. We didn't want the record to sound like all the bullshit that we'd been hearing for so long. Find Your Worth, Come Home sees the revitalized lineup reaching into darker, heavier and faster territory. It’s an album of rediscovery, and an album that freshly stamps what TO SPEAK OF WOLVES is about, from the title on down."
The title is about we’ve been doing – finding ourselves as a band, proving what are and doing what we do best,” explains drummer and founding member Phil Chamberlain. “This record is something that we’re incredibly proud of. We’ve gotten a lot of compliments about how intense we are live and I don’t think that came across on the first album. This time around we went into the recording process wanting to make sure to capture that intensity, and I think we did that.