'Say It Isn’t So' opens the eight song album with its guitar driven tune till the deep voice of Ron Peno enters and this’ll be the song you’ll be singing in your head after a few listens, the catchier song from the album.

Ron Peno was the front man of the legendary Sydney band, Died Pretty who had various degrees of success around Australia. Currently living in Melbourne, Ron collaborates with Kim Salmon as part of their county duo, The Darling Downs and when he can, Ron works with Cam Butler to write music for the band Ron S.Peno & The Superstitions.

Cam Butler is an established artist collaborating with the band Silver Ray, Angie Hart and Charlie Marshall. Cam is a guitarist and composter and is the song writing partner with Ron.

This exceptional dramatic album Anywhere and Everything is Bright, Ron S Peno & the Superstitions second album, brings together a feel that is Ron, from his darker style and rocking breaks to his spirit in songs such as 'Myself In Thee' which bounces and rattles the stereo and is followed up with the sultry startling song 'Feels So Cold' which soon bounces into a catchy passionate feel. 'Light Years' is subdued and worthy of its crooning melody and the finale 'Call Your Name (to say goodbye)' shows the strength of all musicians associated with the record and empowers Ron’s passion in his lyrics.

Make sure and check out Tim Deane’s piano and Mark Dawson’s soft drumming on 'Destination Unknown' and you’ll note Cam Butler’s guitar throughout which hits the path with Ron’s vocals patiently following the mood.
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