The album was part-funded by Help Musicians UK ‘Do it Differently’ fund for independent musicians, and was recorded between home studios, The Royal College of Music and Spiral Studios in Guildford. March has performed across the south of England, including multiple slots at Glastonbury and Sofar Sounds, and opening for artists including Rae Morris, Rozi Plain, Orla Gartland, Band of Skulls and Fiona Bevan. All of the Above explores themes of dreams, identity and memory, embracing the changes in relationships and the ebbs and flows of living. The album showcases March's competent and introspective lyric-writing, her distinctive and emotive vocal performance, and moments of pure musical creativity. The album is performed entirely by March featuring guest performances. The strings were also arranged by March.