"I like to approach songwriting from a theoretical base," he says. "I think any creative work needs to have a driving moral principle that fuels it." For Rossylo, that driving moral principle is the idea of love as a force of nature, and the circumstances, situations, and experiences that shape the outcome of that force. Proclaiming himself as a "righteous lover," inspired by a lyric from the 1982 Con Funk Shun
single "Love's Train," Rossylo seeks to promote a culture of vulnerability and sensibility through his music.