The album’s title, chosen before the pandemic, has turned out to be strangely prophetic. Recorded at ‘The Ranch’, home studio of friend, producer and band mate, Roscoe Wilson.
Grozier was all set to record before being abruptly halted by lock down. When it was safe to continue, the dynamic of the recording process had changed dramatically. Given the size of the studio, the musicians playing on the record all had to record their parts separately or remotely.
Despite the constraints, 'All That's Been Lost' is a fully realised piece of work. The themes of loss, darkness and emotional pain find parallels in the work of Phosphorescent or Richmond Fontaine.
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