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An intense and unique look into the human psyche. Fearless musical experimentation mixed with strangely familiar accessibility make the debut album “traces too deep to see,” a refreshing composition in the current musical landscape. All the tracks were written and recorded by Stark Morrison in the confines of his own home studio, giving the album an intelligently raw feeling, closing the gap between artist and fan. Highly emotional and thoughtful lyrics dive deeply and unapologetically into themes of loss, self-destruction, uncertainty, then all the way to the recesses of utter insanity. Emerging from the bottom it surfaces for air to the powerful preservation abiding within personal strength. The subject matter flows alongside theatrical arrangements like a soundtrack to a movie. Divergent sensibilities of heavy and soft, light and dark, give a sonic balance and timeless longevity to the songs. The band tops off the intrigue of the music with imagery of grandiose mystique and a mindful controversial approach. Rock and Roll as a dangerous entity, creating followers and not just fans.