Starlight. Pillow. Mirage.
One-man studio band Roddo Fab Industries delivers a crisp new set of 60s- influenced songs which you will listen to over and over again. Honestly! The Village encapsulates the plight of 'Number 6', the famous hero of the cult classic T.V. series The Prisoner. His message still resounds today... Auburn Skies reminds us that sunlight does indeed change things, even the grey days we all face in life. See Through You is a peppy number which lyrically peers through someone's untruths like an x-ray of the heart... Busy day is a Merseybeat-inspired melody in which love truly does shine through. Dawning tells of a man's awakening... Lucinda sings of a love which transcends the bounds of the Earth itself... Starlight Pillow Mirage describes the glimmering, yet undefinable image of realization which lies just beyond the borders of our perception, yet is as nearby as our garage... Child at Play pays musical homage to the Sgt. Pepper era whilst reminding us that love is truly both old and new... Rattles appeals to the inner insomniac... Mighty Pen harkens back to the days of the American Revolution. It's message of Liberty rings as vitally true in the 21st Century as it did in the 18th.