On the cover of 100 Blows, is the image of a girl. She's just stepped out of the shower and through the lens of Henry Alcock White's camera, we see her from behind as she ties up her hair. The woman is the foundation for each of the album's nine songs. The songs chronicle the turbulent relationship between Henry and the woman on the cover. Beginning early on with discovery, and then moving through to wonderment, it's a story about finding, losing, and again finding love. 100 Blows marks Henry Alcock-White's first solo effort. He's been a member of groups such as Bend Sinister (2009 $50,000 winner of 100.5 fm's Peak Performance Project) as well as 604 recording artists, The Zolas, The Nightcrawlers are an all-star line-up of the burgeoning west-coast indie music scene. Members from British Columbian acts Said the Whale, We are the City and The Zolas complete the band's lineup. 100 Blows is a mixture of Alcock-White's youthful forays in rhythm and blues with his more recent endeavors in indie rock. Henry and the Nightcrawlers groove and unparalleled line-up combine with Alcock-White's embarrassingly sincere brand of songwriting to create the latest force in the in the formidable west-coast indie scene.