The album was recorded by Frank and long time collaborator and songwriter Jim Kitson in the summer of 2009 with Frank on vocals, guitar,mandolin, banjo and percussion while Jim played drums, bass, electric guitar fiddle and accordion. Their guiding influences ( a love of soul, rock'n'roll and folk), has inspired the creation of fifteen earthy pop songs tinged with a folk sensibility. 'Three minutes is an important time period to us' says Frank ' the greatest songs of the last century all seem to come in around that mark, it's a filter, a purifying discipline' Jim raises an eyebrow at this remark and says. 'Not that we're available on 'specialist' sites or anything, we love pop music, that's it really, and there aren't enough banjos or accordions in it for my liking. Especially banjos' He smiles ironically. Frank nods in agreement 'Though it's sometimes been a bit of a purifying discipline not to hit him over the head with it.' he adds. Musical differences aside it's beautifully crafted and insinuatingly memorable music coupled with insightful witty lyrics that makes Frank Finighan's first album an instant classic.