Hi, this is Owen Ashworth from Casiotone for the Painfully Alone. I am writing to tell you about the second single from my most recent album, "Etiquette". The song is called Bobby Malone Moves Home and it's a lot different than the last single, which was called "Young Shields." Bobby Malone Moves Home kind of sounds like classic rock to me, and it's probably the one song from "Etiquette" that I'm most proud of. Instead of the usual electronic sounds that you're probably used to hearing in my songs, Bobby Malone Moves Home was recorded with a full live band at Pan American Recording Studio in San Francisco, CA. I played the piano and sang the song, and Jason Quever and Alex deLanda from The Papercuts played the drums and bass, respectively. Mo Lioce, who plays in a band called Hola Chica out in New York, just happened to be in town visiting her folks, and she was nice enough to come over and record a couple of tracks of cello. Bobby Malone Moves Home is my Mom's favorite track from Etiquette, and generally seems to be the one that makes people cry. It's a good song! That's why we made it a single. The 7" single's b-side is a new, country version of "Jeane, If You're Ever In Portland," recorded on the very last day of our tour for a Daytrotter session in Rock Island, IL.