GIG – The Lost Boys at The Joiners – Thursday 12th February 2015

the lost boysIntroducing The Lost Boys, a four piece Indie/Pop band from Southampton.

If you like your music short and sharp, catchy, energetic and littered with quirky and yet touching lyrics, then prepare to meet your new favourite band!.

The Lost Boys’ music is heavily influenced by all the things that surround them and that they experience in everyday life. In short, The Lost Boys provide a perfect soundtrack to life as we know it with their sharp lyrics and distinctive Indie/Pop sound.

The Lost Boys have brought their energetic live shows to many prestigious venues, conquering the crowds along the way with notable support slots to the likes of Paul Weller, The Enemy, The Ordinary Boys, Viva Brother, The Moons and From The Jam. The band has also enjoyed successful shows at festivals and have received airplay on BBC 6 Music.

Along with many other accolades since forming – The ‘Modfather’ Paul Weller has said of frontman Daniel Ash “He’s a great little songwriter!” and has personally invited The Lost Boys to use his studio for free on more than one occasion. At a BBC Maida Vale session, Mr. Weller called on Daniel to come up and play one of his own songs to his audience and has also given the band the opportunity to open for him at Hammersmith Apollo and again most recently at The 100 club.

Both their highly praised EP’s ‘Not Arf It’s…The Lost Boys’ and ‘Answers on a Postcard’ and also the bands latest single ‘No Kisses’ are now available on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.

All music ©TheLostBoys™ 2010-2014

 

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