Following a memorable 2012, which saw their second album 'I'm A UFO In This City' garner fantastic reviews, and live shows which included Download Festival plus dates with Tonight Alive and Evanescence, LostAlone have announced a headline tour for February 2013. The band's Xmas show at the end of last year prompted another 5KKKKK review in Kerrang who said "with the ascending melodies of classic Queen and a touch of Muse's modern daring, the trio are even more astonishing to see live than to listen to..a candidate to be one of those bands we'll still be listening to in 20 years time".
The tour will kick off in Plymouth on Feb 15th, finishing up at London's Borderline on Feb 24th. Support comes from The Dead Famous, and Evarose.
Fri Feb 15 Plymouth White Rabbit
Sat Feb 16 Bristol Thelka
Sun Feb 17 Birmingham Academy 3
Tue Feb 19 Newcastle Academy 2
Wed Feb 20 Leeds Cockpit 3
Thu Feb 21 Glasgow Cathouse
Sat Feb 23 Manchester Deaf Institute
Sun Feb 24 Borderline London
Tickets are: o8 except London which are o9. Doors are: 7 p.m.
The band have just been added to the bill of Hit the Deck Festival on April 21st as well as being invited to play the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas.
LostAlone is Steven Battelle (vocals/guitar), Alan Williamson (bass/vocals) and Mark Gibson (drums/vocals).
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