Price: £12.00
Format: CD
Artist: Grice
CatNo: HS035
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Grice Mordant_Lake CD
Art rock artist GRICE releases his 6th studio album on hungersleep records.
'A dream of colours and canyons, a ghost dance from the edge of the mountain’.
MORDANT LAKE is a fictional place captured through a kinetoscope and inhabited by a lost tribe of songs. Inspired by all lake pigments, colours and their associated mordants, the album is dedicated to all tribes who have been (and continue to be) forcibly displaced, and who remain stateless.
The album features Grice (vocals, guitars, harmonica, tzouras, mellotron, keys, percussion), Robert Brian (drums), Al Swainger (bass), Jim Iz (vocal harmonies) and contributions from legendary pedal-steel guitarist B J Cole.
The first 50 copies are signed by the artist
Mordant Lake “A stoic, strong and embracing new album from Grice. Mordant Lake is epic in its scope, teasing out universal humanity and making emotion catch in your throat.” - The PRSD
“A distinctive, highly personal album from an immaculate artist.” - Prog Rogue 
“Grice is one of those special artists who craft their work infused with passion, and this comes very highly recommended.” - Lazland
“A profound voice from South London and a true fusion of eclectic musical influences.”- Involving music


1. Mordant Lake
2. Offer you
3. Karl
4. Ghost Dance (shed my skin)
5. How Long
6. Voices
7. Silent Thunder (reprise)
8. End of the Mountain

Songs written, arranged and produced by GRICE 
Music & Lyrics by GRICE 
GRICE - vocals, electric & acoustic guitar, harmonica, tzouras, mellotron, moog, keys, percussion 
Robert Brian - drums, percussion
Al Swainger - bass 
B J Cole - pedal steel guitar 
Jim Iz - vocal harmonies on Silent Thunder (reprise) 
Engineered by Duncan Chave & Grice 
Mixed by Grice & Duncan Chave 
Mastered by Duncan Chave 
Recorded at Sound Gallery studios - 
Drums recorded at NAM studios 
Album artwork design by GRICE 
Album cover features Chief ‘Broken Arm’ (Sioux nation)
Archive images: Camp at Stony Lake, Kutenai-camp-Curtiss-camp
Original photographs “North-from-Dyea”, Pleasant camp, Kutenai camp