2012 sophomore album from the Australian Soul/R&B/Pop singer/songwriter. Influenced by the sounds of late '70s/early '80s New York Garage Disco/Funk, the album is a play on nostalgia and "Paradise Garage" - a genre derived from the hedonistic discotheque scene in New York in the late 70s that began in a parking lot giving rise to the term "Garage" famous for it's unique and eclectic style of Disco and dance music. The album was produced with long time collaborator Jesse Rogg. Sam Sparro is all about chic, credible cool, coasting a fine line between disarmingly earnest and inspirational style. He has become known not only for his distinct, scale-defying vocals and epic live shows, but also as a visual artist and style icon. He is as musically diverse as he is creatively talented, inspired by Jean-Paul Goode and Andy Warhol as much as he is Prince and James Murphy. Sam's effortless authentic style along with his distinct and captivating personality should be at the forefront of the campaign.