"Lost and Lovin' It is your invitation to set sail with me and my friends as we chart a course for adventure across the seas of music! Although I am always busy playing and recording, this is the first full length of original new tunes since 2011's I Bleed Rock & Roll. Teamed up once again with producer Denny Muller (Frustraters), I returned to the Static Room, now located in Green Day's Jingletown complex.
"This record is frolicking and fun, serious and steadfast. There are lots of nautical and wanderlust-filled references ("The Anchor Song," "Latitude 38," "Latitude 58" which is a tribute to Seattle), two songs called "Lost and Lovin(g) It," waltzes, rockers, electric, acoustic, it is a non-stop adventure.
"Musical guests are bounteous as Jimmy Boom (Phenomenauts) plays and sometimes pummels the drums, Dan Pottest (MU330) adds guitar, as does Rusty Miller (Jackpot, Cake). Dog Party add vocals to two songs, one of which is a Shocking Blue song, "Inkpot," backed by L.A.'s Prima Donna. Keyboards, from piano to organ to synth, are provided by Anton Barbeau, David Houston, and Static (Epoxies, NOFX)." - Kepi Ghoulie