In the overly suspicious "I See Fine" Peter confronts the impending doom of a relationship as he croons, "Where'd you go that night, you prob'ly had comp'ny…if he gives you butterflies try to see what it could mean…", while in "In My Den" he seductively and unabashedly invites "in my den you're welcome every day, I can't pretend I don't want you to stay…". The title track, "Party Of One" hears him calling on his friends as he laments his lonely state.
Party Of One is a rewarding debut for Elkas, the result of traveling unfamiliar terrain and taking risks. "I still think the Rabbits is the most exciting band I've played in, or even heard, in a lot of ways" he says, "but I like solo. It's easier to absorb. It's a bit more palpable." As a party of one, he certainly holds his own.