Titled Clover Lane after the street Tolchin grew up on, the album is a blues-infused tale of his unique journey. “I am a believer in a deeper meaning behind life. This record is a passionate manifestation of the cosmos in perfect harmony,” he said. “The house I grew up in on Clover Lane is the center of the spider’s web from which the interconnected strands have been woven into these songs and recordings.”
The album, produced by Lone Justice’s Marvin Etzioni and engineered by Anderson East in Nashville, features Deer Tick’s John McCauley, Willie Nelson’s harmonica player Mickey Raphael and Los Lobos’ Steve Berlin among others.