Orson's debut Bright Idea hit number one on the UK album chart within six days of its release. The album features a unique blend of rock, pop, and R&B, and makes a break from the usual rock albums where one song is only distinguishable from the next by its title. No Tomorrow is the stand-out on this 11-track album. With its unorthodox rhyming scheme, catchy chorus and uplifting atmosphere, it'll have you nodding away in no time. No Tomorrow tops iTunes ranks as the most downloaded 'single of the week' in Apple history. Unique as they may be, many of Bright Idea's songs are hauntingly familiar. A faint feeling of Counting Crows lingers in No Tomorrow and track three, Happiness, has a Rolling Stone flavour. Vocalist and lyricist Jason Pebworth has admitted that, 'I've stolen from every human being that ever wrote a song!' However, by bringing together a multitude of styles, Orson has created a new style in itself. With each song sounding different from the next, Bright Idea is an album that you will listen to over and over again.