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PURE MUSIC LIVE PRESENTS - LUNATICS LOST + The White Lakes + Whalls

The Fiddler's Elbow | 1 Malden Rd. | NW5 3HS | London
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£6

7.30PM - 11.30PM

Alt Rockers Lunatics Lost are set to play a much anticipated show at Camdens Iconic Fiddlers Elbow following their debut UK tour and they are already attracting attention from industry insiders.

Fronted by Welsh vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Iain Richards with Joanna Khoo on bass/vocals and Mono on drums, their lead single ‘Sleeping Beauties’ was released in February and is already a must hear part of their live set, their raucous, melodic sound is certainly not one to miss.

Frontman Richards said “We’re really thrilled to be getting all the songs out there and there’s no better way than reaching people than going on the road. Hopefully the songs will find a wider audience and connect with people with similar tastes. We can’t wait!”

With influences from grunge, stoner rock, new wave and punk, the band blend big riffs with melodic hooks giving a powerful platform for lyrics full of bite and edge with clear reference to the social commentary of The Clash and the Manics and look set to be ones to watch for 2018.

Support comes from The brilliant Oxford rockers The White Lakes & London based Whalls.

Infectious tunes with ferocious riffs combined with politically edged lyrics. A fantastic high energy tonic for the troubled times we live in. Definitely ones to watch - Here and There Sessions

“Lunatics Lost reinvents and renews your faith in rock in a way that satisfies all the promise of post – punk to a level other bands can only aspire to. Full of edgy, exciting riffs that will leave you in awe of a band that is set to blow your mind in 2018” - Pure Music Live


Source: The Fiddler's Elbow website