The music of St. Helena flows into the heart of the earth, into the heart of where we all really reside. The fossils of experience are exposed even as the music continues to accelerate into the future. There is power here, and post-punk relevance. But don't become complacent as this music lulls you into merely dancing. This is music to discover, to walk around and see the stalactites. St. Helena is the archeology of old loves, of past dishonors, of the possibility of redemption, even as the light fades from the mouth of the cave the deeper you go. Rock continues to evolve. St. Helena is the shifting plates below the surface, changing the landscape. Explore the canyons of pop, wins, and losses with St. Helena. Reviews! 'St. Helena has crafted smart, insightful rock that never broods, but rather muses thoughtfully. Happy is not a product of exile from the broader scope of life, but a message in a bottle from an outpost of observation- a message worth unraveling.' (Self -released) -Georgiana Cohen NorthEast Performer Sept.06 'Happy has quite a lot in it's favor. This CD from St. Helena, a musically ambitious rock 'n' roll four-piece, has great production, exemplary musicianship, interesting arrangements, changes in dynamics, fuzzy guitars, and an expressive vocalist who can soar in the falsetto stratosphere. There are two memorable tracks here. The first is the song "Happy," a bluesy number that evokes Sweden's The Soundtrack of Our Lives with it's piano, tambourine, and crunchy electric guitar. The second is "Simple Life" with it's chunky guitar arrangement and danceable beat. - (Robin Umbley) The Noise Nov. 06.