Pete MacLeod is certainly a Scottish singer/songwriter using a knack for thoughtful, melodic rock music. Elevated in the tiny mining city of Coatbridge, Scotland, MacLeod was seriously influenced with the music from the Beatles, the Moving Stones, as well as the Kinks, though he promises it had been the music of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana that initial inspired him to get a guitar. Through the entire 2000s, he separately released a string of singles, EPs, and albums by himself ModRock Music label, mainly beneath the moniker the Superstar69. He spent many years surviving in California before time for Scotland release a the EP Glasgow Helps to keep Me Genuine, California Let us Me Heal in early 2013. The EP was well-received as well as the tune “Rolling Rock” was selected as the one from the month on BBC Radio Scotland. MacLeod’s music shortly caught the interest of Creation Information creator Alan McGee, who agreed upon the musician to his recently released 359 Music label. In past due 2013, MacLeod released the Rolling Rock LP, his debut for 359.