It all began in Amsterdam. With his headphones blasting the Beatles “All You Need Is Love” on constant repeat, Steven Mark wandered in a haze among the life-like replications of his idols at the Rock ‘n Roll exhibit at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. It was a life changing experience. Immediately upon leaving the museum he found the nearest coffee shop and began frantically scribbling lyrics, which became songs and songs which became an album. That album was 2004’s Distraction, Steven Mark’s fuzzy psychedelic homage to 1966.