Rarely does a band combine such explosive melodic music with honest introspection. With the follow up to his debut release Somewhere near the Sofa, Ryan Walker and company offer a candid perspective in contrast to the current Top 40 play on modern radio. 'The heart behind these songs are random, but they flow... kinda like life, dealing with pain, trying to be happy when your sad, trying to find God when your not sure if He cares or if He is even out there,' says Walker. The music takes on the same eclectic intensity of the lyrics, offering a melodic dissonance between pop melodies and creative arrangements. 'We would play bass lines with brushes on the bass guitar, banjo with ripped up credit cards, and sometimes recorded one word at a time to create the programming effect on the vocals,' explains Walker. With their self-titled release, Paperklip pioneers into new musical territory, while making a tremendous leap forward in their musical career.