The fact that they returned with a complete album was primarily the result of a number of fortunate coincidences: listening to Never Enough aroused the interest of guitarist Jake Langley, regular band mate of Joey DeFrancesco, one of the best Hammond players in the world. Pivec's short performance with guitarist Peter Bernstein later opened the doors for him to a recording studio on Long Island. Hobzek's participation in a jam session brought in Joel Frahm, a saxophonist who has recorded with such top names as Brad Mehldau, Kurt Rosenwinkel and Lee Konitz. Overseason features four new compositions by Pivec, one by Hobzek and one by Langley; two standards round out the repertoire.
The material was prepared in one week and the album recorded in one day. The sound of the album is bursting with the spontaneity with which the album came together unplanned," as well as the drive that Pivec and Hobzek got out of working with musicians who are already well-established in the New York jazz scene.