A small number of CD copies of Lost are available to order at Bandcamp.com. These come in a 6-panel digipak and include a 12 page booklet of artwork, lyrics, and other information. Unless you buy them directly from us in person or on Facebook, Bandcamp is the only place to get the CD.
While the album is widely available online, our vendor of choice for purchasing files is also Bandcamp.com
Why Bandcamp? You can get the files in any format or resolution you like, all the way up to the hi-res master wav file at 24 bit, 88.2 kHz (better than CD quality). Additionally, Bandcamp is the ONLY place you can also get a copy of the 16-page CD artwork layout with song lyrics when you buy the music as a download. Also important is that Bandcamp treats artists far more equitably than most streaming services or online vendors—Bandcamp keeps just 15% of the album purchase price. This is a stark contrast to, say, Spotify, from whom we expect we’ll never see a single penny. In fact, we hope you’ll consider buying music on Bandcamp from other artists too. They are truly an oasis for musicians in a post-label world where far too many people seem to believe that artists should simply give away their work after investing literally thousands of dollars and hours into making it, not to mention a lifetime of focused effort just to become capable of making the music in the first place. We’re confident you don’t see so little value in YOUR life’s work. Please consider the livelihood of the artist when it comes to music that matters to you, whether you like our music or not.
Stream the album on your favorite streaming service. There are many options here. If sound quality matters to you, Qobuz is a great choice in our opinion.
Hear the album on YouTube. This is a good way to sample the music, but the relatively poor sound and track sequencing capability make it a less than ideal way to listen to the record.