This feeling of time slipping away is the prevailing theme on Mondo Drag's album 'Through The Hourglass'. For the band, the album encompasses the quarantine and pandemic years. Because the band was stagnant during that time, the album is reflective. 'Through The Hourglass' was recorded in San Francisco, with an additional ten days of recording at the band's rehearsal space, which doubles as a hybrid analog-digital recording studio. The album was engineered and mixed by Phil Becker, drummer of space-punk mainstays Pins Of Light. Black vinyl version.