Comes with a digital download coupon! The Lungfish band, from Baltimore, Maryland, has been performing and releasing albums on the Dischord Records label for more than twenty years. Pass and Stow was the band's fourth full-length album, released in 1993, and this recording marks the final appearance of original bass player John Chriest. Change was indeed in the air and Pass and Stow clearly documents the move from the band's post-punk roots toward a more hypnotic and signature sound that was to revolve more around Daniel's lyrical imagery with hints of the minimalist approach the band would adopt on later albums. Lungfish is now, as it often has been, quasi if not entirely defunct. However, since the release of the band's last album in 2005, Feral Hymns, singer Daniel Higgs (who is also an accomplished visual artist) has embarked on a burgeoning solo career, releasing albums on Northern Liberties, Thrill Jockey and Holy Mountain, and showing his artwork both in the States and The United Kingdom. Asa Osborne is currently recording and performing solo material under the name Zomes. Pass and Stow (which has been out of print for years) has now been re-issued on CD and LP, re-mastered from original tapes, and features new updated artwork!