From the explosive rock debut of GLENDALE, the jazzy grooves of MANHATTAN (ELISSA'S SONG), all the way into the future of Armstrong's distinct sound with BEAR and HOME STREET BLEEDING "Elevated by an atmospheric soundscape and bejewelled with sweet sax and silky layered vocals, it dives deep with meaningful lyrics" (ROCK COVEN). 

Armstrong now return with a new string of singles: explosive rock songs MORNING and DON'T YOU WANNA CALL HIM UP?,  80s/Springsteen inspired pop rock MARYS EYES, and the groove driven TAKE ME HOME.