After dreaming about it for almost 20 years, Igor finally put his mouth where his dreams were: stepping into the spotlight as a singer-songwriter. Now, one year, a few theater shows and more than fifteen new songs later, he just finished his first album: A fish walking. For Igor it's the natural thing to do: following his heart. His warm and intimate songs are surely a testament to that as well. Igor speaks his heart, shows his love, his anger and passion over the small and big things in life. His songs and sound are clearly influenced by contemporary singer-songwriters like David Gray, Missy Higgins, Bryan Adams and Amos Lee. But his smooth melodies also reveal earlier exposure to ELO, Supertramp, Pink Floyd and even Spandau Ballet. His lyrics are honest and clear, while never becoming too obvious or too abstract. His song 'Wake up' is a great example of one of the bigger issues he writes about: climate change. 'Everything changes, if we don't change' is the line that really sums it up for Igor who, as a renewable energy entrepreneur, received wide international acclaim. In 'A wall going south' he again doesn't seem shy to voice his opinion on one of the world's greatest predicaments: the middle east. But then in 'Robin' he takes you back to one of the most valuable things in life: family. The opening track 'Supersized romantic' describes his ever lasting and sometimes naive optimism which drives him to try and try again. 'A fish walking' is Igor's debut album including 8 tracks of his hand, two of which are live recordings from his very first show.