The Bones Are There
The third studio album from Lazy J sees the band move away from the extended blues / funk workouts of their second album and explore a darker, more hard edged sound.
The writing process this time around was simply focused on developing a collection of songs which worked well together as an album, rather than writing the songs with a particular audience or venue in mind.
All the drum parts for the album were recorded on Phil's vintage North drums. Recording with this type of kit was a new challenge for studio engineers Nic Burrows and Chris Smith due to the unconvential construction of the drums but after some careful microphone placement and some experimenting, the results speak for themselves.