The Road to Nowhere takes you on a journey from lost and misdirected through heartbreak and doubt with a final destination at unsettling understanding. The answer to all is love, both receiving and giving. There are some deep emotional states along the way.
The first track and theme song, The Road to Nowhere, begins the journey and accounts for the emotional baggage we all carry around. The signals are everywhere but hard to decipher.
The Storm is a symbolic metaphor to the crisis’ we face each day. Be it small or life changing, challenges in life are the catalysts for change. We cannot avoid them and simply need to ride out the storm.
Where Do You Go takes you to a place of total loss. When you have nothing left and nowhere to go. Although being a song about a breakup, the inspiration came from the people caught up in the terrible fire season out west and the devastating natural disasters in 2012.
The Fight introduces a piano to the band. Like living in a daze, the song journals the events and emotions of a event that ends the relationship.
Dreams Aren’t Working Anymore talks about how we cope with loss, creating our own imaginary world for a short time. Life is perfect in our made up space, but it only lasts for a while before reality sets in.
Leading Me On reflects our doubt when new relationships begin or when we attempt to deny the loss and bargain with reality.
Games You Play talks about the time when you finally give up and get away from the negativity of a bad relationship, be it romantic or otherwise.
Life of Regrets is an upbeat reflection of the thing we do to get by in life. We lie, cheat and steal to get ahead sometimes and all to get nowhere. After a while we realize it’s all in vain and getting back to honesty and close friends is the only thing that matters.
Old Soul contrasts physical age and the age of our soul. Souls of a certain age always migrate together regardless of a person’s physical age.
Want Your Love describes our salvation – Love.