Hailing from one of the hidden corners of the UK, singer/songwriter Rob Crawford has crafted this charged and powerful guitar driven album. A self-penned, self-produced debut it has a fresh emotional edge fused with the underlying foundations of British rock. Drawing upon a classic songwriting style this album drips with undeniable melodic power instilled by excellent guitar work throughout. The opening track 'Brighter' ushers you through the front door into the house that Rob built. From the power riffs of 'Insane' (a song about a girl playing mind games) through to the soaring chorus of 'One Fine Day' and onto the sheer will power of 'Here To Stay' this album gives you the tour that you've been waiting for... People who have heard this album have drawn comparisons to: Greenday, The Beatles, Oasis, Foo fighters, David Bowie, Verve, The Kinks, Mick Jagger, Stereophonics, Cream The Tracks: Brighter 'Stay little angel and cast your wings playful' This is a gentle beautiful track, with soft guitars and strings. It mirrors the welcoming effect of good things into my life with beckoning people to the album... A song about trying to coax the things you desperately want in your life... California 'Everyone's a loser till they win' It's about the perception of success or failure. Insane 'The taste that'll arch deep into your mind' A cracking opening riff which settles into an Oasis style rhythm. The song itself reminds me of Paranoid by Black Sabbath. It's about a girl playing mind games... One Fine Day 'How does it feel to be so strong' A modern rock ballad with a soaring chorus - how relationships are punctuated. Here To Stay 'The weight on your mind seems to shift that way' Persistence. Taking knocks on the chin and deciding to stay the course. Keep plugging away... never give in. Tell Me Who You Are 'Desperation turning like a knife' Expresses the constant struggle for true identity. If You Don't Know By Now 'Keep your perspective, I know where you've been' This song is about looking at yourself and working it out. Know thyself... I suppose Too Much 'I think these things must go around' Getting things in perspective... I usually play this when I'm a bit hungover Waiting For You 'Cup your hands to heal the heart that steals' The fragile nature of our existence in 3:30s.