As an album title, Lost in Transition seems apt. For Sixpence None the Richer, it's a reminder of the struggles and uncertainty the band endured over the past few years, before ultimately finding their way again.
Since forming in 1993, the Nashville-based band (started by Slocum and singer Leigh Nash), has released four albums, scored several hit singles ( "Kiss Me," "There She Goes," "Don't Dream It's Over" and "Breathe Your Name"), appeared on seemingly a million soundtracks, landed a platinum record and even earned a few Grammy nominations. But the band amicably parted ways in 2004, shortly after releasing their last full-length record, Divine Discontent.
The "transition" had begun. After a few outside ventures and solo albums, the band reunited five years ago (with Rob Mitchell and Justin Cary).