Hyper-melodic, epic rock trio LostAlone have announced their long-awaited fourth album The Warring Twenties, due for release on 30th September 2022 via Dharma RecordsThe Warring Twenties marks LostAlone‘s first album since 2014’s Shapes of Screams

Pre-order/pre-save The Warring Twenties here: https://ffm.to/thewarringtwenties

The band have already released two energy-fuelled singles from the album:   

‘The Last Drop Of Forever’: https://ffm.to/lastdropofforever
‘Punchline Punched Back’: https://ffm.to/punchline

LostAlone surprised fans with their return in March – eight years since they originally split.

Frontman Steven Battelle comments: “When we played our ‘final’ show I barricaded the doors to that version of me and, without looking back, walked away into a future of unknowns. Two solo records and an EP later in the pre-pandemic world of 2019 I felt a looming presence, a constant barrage behind me. A melodic paranoia that I couldn’t shake.”

Despite travelling the world to write country songs in Nashville and pop songs in LA, Battelle still dreamt of “fireballs of melody and incredible, stolen faces singing still-unwritten words back at me.” Now, that dream has turned into reality. 

A personal dystopia, The Warring Twenties was written and produced by frontman Steven BattelleLostAlone called upon a variety of friends to mix the songs: Greg Wells (The Greatest ShowmanDeftonesTwenty One Pilots), Rou Reynolds (Enter Shikari),  Adam Noble (Biffy Clyro, Placebo, Liam Gallagher) and Rich Collins.

Battelle continues: “Unbelievably this has been the most geographically diverse of anything we’ve done. Whilst isolating in my apartment during lockdowns, the record owes its existence to remote work in London, Derby, Los Angeles, Nottingham, Glasgow, Hastings and New York.”

LostAlone returned to the stage this month for a sold-out hometown headline show at The Venue in Derby, followed by three shows supporting My Chemical Romance.

Remaining date with My Chemical Romance

28.05.2022 – Cardiff, Sofia Gardens Cricket GroundFor more information:
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