The Lost Notes are a five-piece folk band based in Moseley, Birmingham and they are releasing our first album of thirteen original folk/country tracks on December 2nd.
The Lost Notes write about things that matter. Like the perils of one night stands and plastic surgery, the plight of bankers, greaseballs, snakes, Greco-Roman health and safety failings, mules, mermaids and the downright miserable. They are a 5-piece band based in Moseley, Birmingham, UK, where politics, revelry, misery and glee abound. It makes for a great night out. They write songs for chin-strokers, foot-stompers, head-nodders and those who like to partake in the dark art of inarticulate dancing and hollering. It happens. And they love it. All delivered in glorious three part harmonies. All on “The Lost Notes: Run Free Right Now,” together with tales of Sheikhs, taxmen, dead men and caterwauls. They have built up a loyal fan base through performances at places such as Moseley Folk Festival, The Glee Club, Kitchen Garden Cafe, The Blue Piano, The Tower of Song, Ort Cafe, The Red Lion Folk Club and Bromsgrove Folk Club and Festival.
Over 15,000 views of their recent performance on The Narrowboat Sessions!.
“A highlight…were Moseley band The Lost Notes. They…drew a huge crowd for their fast-paced set that was high on fun and audience engagement.” (Moseley Folk Festival Review)
Artists’ website: https://www.thelostnotes.co.uk/
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