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My vision for Something's Been Lost

I wanted to graduate from the world of lo-fi, and I wanted to create the most normal album possible - the opposite of all the weird music I had been making.  I wanted to make music that was clear and open and relateable and embraced the listener in a big enveloping hug.   I did not plan for the album to be filled with so many spiritual themes, but those were the songs that came out the purest, with the most flow - and they eventually fit together into an archetypal narrative arc that made sense and was natural.  Even simply deciding which songs to include and in what order took years.