Joey pays homage to rock’s classic werewolf songs with his new single, “Wolf Man”. Driven by propulsive drums and a punchy bass line, it’s a high-energy pop gem that takes a left turn into moodier territory.
The single also includes “The Softest Warning”, a track from Joey’s forthcoming LP. It was first conceived on a night drive down a dark freeway, and the song holds onto that spirit. The tune is carried by a dreamy wash of synthesizers, whispered vocals, and a synth bass groove fit for a 1980’s dance floor cool-down.
Lost in Ohio is excited to welcome Joey Joesph to our family! Joey has been writing and recording music for well over a decade, most notably as a founding member of psych pop group Pomegranates. He has also self-released several acclaimed solo albums, where his talents as a multi-instrumentalist shine. His style has been compared to artists as diverse as R. Stevie Moore, The Zombies, Arcade Fire and David Bowie. Joey is currently wrapping up his upcoming album Nite Vibes which we’ll be sharing with you soon.
After being out of print for nearly 30 years, and after an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign in 2020, Lost in Ohio is pleased to announce a pre-order for L.S. Underground’s legendary rock opera The Grape Prophet. For those unfamiliar, The Grape Prophet tells the story of Ellis, a worker at an orange grove who is sent to the vineyards of the Grape Prophet, in order to bring back the pickers who have been lured away. It was the first of frontman Michael Knott’s trilogy of rock operas. The album has remained a fan favorite, but has been out of print in physical form since soon after its release in 1992.
In addition to reissuing the album digitally and on CD, we will be releasing it for the first time on vinyl (available in either orange or grape). Michael has also recorded new acoustic versions of four of the album’s tracks, which are complemented by strings by Luke Moller (Carrie Underwood, Kasey Musgraves), and performances from Steve Hindalong (The Choir), Jesse Sprinkle (Poor Old Lu) and Rick McDonough (Struck Last May). The new tracks were recorded by Rick McDonough and mixed by Derri Daugherty, and the entire affair has received a fresh master from Adam Boose.