Invisible Love is like the bread crumbs in a meatball. It's the filler in society. Everyone loves something that doesn't love them back. It keeps us going, when we stop loving we make everything difficult. The vitality we get from the positivity of love is priceless. Mabey it's the risk of love that makes willing to put up with all the less fun stuff of life. The songs on this record are about Invisible Love. Eric Biondo is a trumpet player, vocalist, drummer and keyboardist. His hobbies include playing trumpet, singing, drumming and taking vitamins. From 2001-2003 Eric played trumpet on The Monkees reunion tour, his wardrobe included many faded Davy Jones hand me downs. In Eric began touring with Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, playing sold out shows all over the world. Eric also may have been spotted playing live or recording with Barry Williams (Greg Brady from the Brady Bunch), The Drifters, Sinead O'Connor, Burning Spear, Medeski, Martin and Wood with Antibalas Horns, FunkeyMonkeys, Otis Day and The Knights, Roger Daltrey, Celebration, T.V. On The Radio, Pela, Stephonik, Foals, Massive Attack, Zack De La Rocha, Thought, Disco Biscuits, State Radio, Andrew D'Angelo, Dirty On Purpose, Rocket Engine, Michael Leonhart, Lauren Smith, Ted Poor, Eternal Buzz Brass Band, Elysian Fields, Teddy But, Bright Black Morning Light, The Bridesmaids, Straight Forward, Africa Plays On, The Barbarians, The Barbarian Horde, Hootie and The Blowfish, Spanky Wilson and the Quantic Soul Orchestra, Volney Litmus, William Parker, Billy Bang, Cordero, The Barbarians, Reverend Vince Anderson, The Teo Macero Big Band and Amayo's Fu-Arkestra. He also co-wrote a song called Somedays with Anti-folk star Regina Spektor on her latest 2005 release Soviet Kitsch (Sire Records).