A modern love song from the point of view of a stalker. Bowie-esque anti-pop. A moody ballad with gritty vocals and a dark edge. All this and more from a songwriter brought up in Minnesota whose first toy was a block of ice. Former bassist of Boston's acclaimed garage rock act the Voodoo Dolls and award-winning songwriter Troy Richards is joined by Joe Marone (Jesters), Jeff Westlake (Baboon Heart) and Matt Riley (final member answered ad in Phoenix heading Don't Suck, Don't Quit) for an awesome debut on Hell's Factory Outlet Records. Check out the incredible production by Ducky Carlisle and Troy.