This solo album from singer /songwriter Tim Wells is produced by Colin Peddie, who orchestrated, arranged and executed all instrumentation. Tim's background in theatre affords him vocal flexibility and range. Tim is therefore also no stranger to the live context and has performed as a guest vocalist with the KZN Philharmonic and at numerous other corporate events. All vocal work on the album is executed by Tim, including the deconstructed movie-soundtrack type vignettes which serve to comment on an era bombarded by multi-faceted media forms. The album self-professedly doesn't take itself too seriously so there is plenty of light-hearted foot tapping, however the inspiration for the project is Tim's late brother Christopher, an actor living and working in the UK who died after a brief battle against cancer in late 2005. Chris was known to perform as a guest in Tim's band in the late 90's and in 2000. Guest performances on this album include viola from the inimitable Brendan Jury and guitar work from maestro Syd Kitchen. The material is varied and always distinctively melodic pop-rock. Possible singles are: Breathe In, Make a Sound, Keep Moving, Radio, No Fear and the quirky track in the "hidden" section about one minute after track 12 ends, entitled "Jack". For the regional station format, a safe airplay bet would even be "Drive On". The track "Strange New World" has been earmarked (by author/executive producer John van de Ruit) for possible inclusion in the movie soundtrack for the number 1 bestseller novel "Spud" set to be shot in the next few years.