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Singer Steven Battelle "For me there is a huge difference between being in a band and BEING a band. The latter of which means your general well being, where your whole existence is in fact a tapestry woven with the threads of exhilarating highs and plummeting lows"
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LostAlone are a 3 piece from Derby, UK who Kerrang magazine likened to Muse and Queen in their 5/5 live review in January this year and prompted NME to say in their 8/10 review that "it can only be a matter of time before this unabashed explosion of deadly hooks, dirty riffs and lighter-aloft ballads regularly sell out stadiums"

Their second album, “I’m A UFO In This City” is released in the US on April 2nd 2013 via The End Records, following a release in UK/Europe.
Produced by Jacknife Lee and Greg Wells
Mixed by Alan Moulder and Mark Needham
Executive Producer: Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance)

"UFO is finally coming home! Having recorded it in the US we're over the moon to see it finally receive a full release in its country of birth. Since the start of LostAlone we've been a fiercely English band in our approach to music but with a desire to communicate to the wider world. After our debut album connected so intensely with so many American bands we are now eager to soak up every inch of the States and saturate the nations’ hearts and minds with melody." Steven Battelle

Video for“Do You Get What You Pray For?” premiered on Kerrang TV (vid of the week) and on the following week.

Video for “Love Will Eat You Alive” premiered on, was added to Radio 1 In New Music We Trust daytime playlist, XFM evening playlist, B list at Kerrang Radio & A List at Total Rock.

Video for “Paradox On Earth” premiered on, MTV Rock's 'Brand New' playlist. XFM, Kerrang and Total Rock radio playlists.

Videos for : Double A-side Vesuvius/Creatures premiered on .

The band played Download Festival 2012 to rave reviews:
“LostAlone are in their own league…5KKKKK Kerrang
“The Queen-influenced three-piece are a formidable unit” NME

The band toured with Tonight Alive on their UK/European tour and Evanescence on their UK arena tour.

Cover Versions recorded:
Kerrang cover mount CD out 20th June - Metallica’s ‘Nothing Else Matters’
Classic Rock cover mount CD July issue out June - Meatloaf’s ‘Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad’

Album reviews so far:
8/10 NME
4/5 Kerrang
3/5 Daily Mirror
7/10 Rocksound
10/10 Ourzone magazine
5/5 Female First
8/10 This Is Fake DIY
8/10 The Digital Fix
4.5/5 Media Essentials
4/5 Chemical Magazine
8/10 Hit The Floor magazine
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