Vinyl LP pressing. Frost is back in action once more, with their fourth studio album Day And Age. Formed in 2004 by keyboard player Jem Godfrey, the band have so far released three studio albums, and most recently the career-spanning 13 Winters collection. Now the band have returned as a trio with Godfrey alongside longtime collaborators John Mitchell and Nathan King. "We were quite energised by the change to be honest", says Godfrey, "it gave us a much broader palette of options in compositional terms, we would write a song and say, 'Let's imagine drummer x has joined the band, what would he do here?' It led us off in some interesting new directions". In the end, three drummers became part of the recording project: Kaz Rodriguez (Chaka Khan, Josh Groban), Darby Todd (The Darkness, Martin Barre) and Pat Mastelotto (Mister Mister, King Crimson). "Each musician brought a very different style of playing to the music," Mitchell notes, "and we tailored the songs to suit them."