There actually is a street named Grantham Road. It?s in Mechanicsburg, PA where singer/guitarist/songwriter Flint Zeigler spent many summers listening to the music of Neil Young, Tom Petty and Blue Rodeo. Throw in some other diverse influences from Nirvana to Son Volt to Hank Williams, and you get an idea of where this band is coming from - rootsy rock from a singer/songwriter perspective, but with less twang and a bit more production. The new album, Parade, was produced by Jeff Feltenberger (formerly of the Badlees). Some of the highlights are "Only You," "Wide Awake," and the title cut. A cover of Neil Young?s "Love Is a Rose" is included, and "Martin Myers" from an earlier recording has been given a complete makeover. Longtime Badlees collaborator, Mike Naydock, submitted "They Fell out a Window," which was reworked by the band for this recording.