Containing 12 songs and largely recorded over ten days at Rancom St Studios in Sydney, Rivers Run Dry is a musical feast once more displaying Mossy’s well-documented guitar playing genius and a voice that floats like a butterfly and yet can pack the punch of a Mallee bull. Either way, it is unforgettable.
Ian added, “The song selection for Rivers Run Dry was focused on simply finding good songs, regardless of the style or genre they may have initially presented, and the result is an album that covers straight-ahead rock, Latin, funk, country, blues & unapologetic pop and yet we still ended up with an album that sounds very cohesive.
On the Stevie Wonder classic that Julian Moss (Ian’s son) makes his debut on, Blame It on The Sun, “It’s a song I’ve loved forever, and we sang it together at a few shows back in 2021 at The Factory in Sydney and recording it was the next natural step. I absolutely loved doing this with my lad and, the band nailed it”.