Last Day Lost
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Last Day Lost


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"Last Day Lost"

The album opens up with a powerful hit "Can't Take This". This song is filled with powerful melodies and a great guitar riff to go along with it.
From the first chord in "Version of the Truth" all the way to the last word in "One More Year" just send chills down your spine, and tell you that one day, Last Day Lost will make it big.

For full review: - The Music Appraisal by Broken

"Last Day Lost big in Japan"

Japan, the UK, Mexico.
Those are just some of the countries that may or will be hearing the sounds of Last Day Lost.
A couple of months ago, Christina, one of Last Day Lost's guitarists, found the website for Yellow Beat, a radio station in Japan.
Originally, the Japanese station was going to air the band's music in February, but now will be airing the album over Mar. 11 and 25.
Yellow Beat will play Last Day Lost's album between 8 and 10 p.m. Japanese Standard Time (or 3 to 5 a.m. Pacific).
"It's really exciting," said Christina.
Bryant, the band's other guitarist and primary vocalist, shipped thier CD off to asia.
"I want to tour Japan actually, it would be so exciting," he said.
Japan isn't the only place that is airing Last Day Lost's music. College radio stations across Canada have picked them up, and the band has a stack of correspondence from Mexico, Hong Kong, Germany, the UK and the states.
Three of the band members, Bryant, Sarah, and Christina are siblings. Their drummer Steve, joined them a year ago.
They say they want a label to come to them, as opposed to seeking one out, so they can retain as much say in things as possible.
"Right now we're just sort of writing songs and putting them into our set," Sarah said.
Their CD is on sale at Music Factory in Valley Fair Mall.
This summer, they've been invited to play at the International Pop Overthrow in Los Angeles, and are trying to arrange more gigs while they're there.
At home they've played venues from the International Children's Festival to the Roxy in Vancouver.
Anyone willing to brave the early air time can listen live to Yellow Beat at www.beachfm.cojp/beachlivebb.asx - Laura Jansen

"The Province"


The Province
Published: Tuesday, September 04,

Places To Hide
This Maple Ridge quartet tore apart last weekend's International Pop Overthrow and you can expect a lot more. Emo-pop with near- Fall Out Boy melodic hooks and a secret weapon in the shape of totally killer lead shredder Christina Kamlade. B -- S.D.
- Stuart Derdeyn

"Lost CD found Friday"

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

An up-and-coming Maple Ridge band is throwing a party to celebrate its new CD.

Last Day Lost released Places to Hide in August, but it took a while to organize a local release party. It takes place on Friday night at the Turnstyle on Dewdney Trunk Road (formerly Zu Café) with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. (Tickets are $5 at the door or in advance from the venue.)

"We've been working hard developing a fan base locally and we felt it was significant to do it at a local venue," says band member Bryant Kamlade.

The band is comprised of sisters Christina (guitar and vocals) and Sarah Kamlade (bass and vocals) and brother Bryant (guitar and vocals), with Steve Everts handling the drums. They've been busy lately, opening for 1980's Canadian stars the Headpins, although a show set for last Friday at the ACT was cancelled due to an illness in one of the other bands.

Considering that the members of Last Day Lost range in age from 17 to 21, opening for a 1980's sounds like an odd prospect. But, Bryant says, it wasn't.

"Actually the audience was a varied age group," he said. "Some kids are into music from that era. We had a really good response."

The band is just back from a college radio gig through Video Underground/KUGR Radio in Pullman, Washington. One of the most common questions is about how the three siblings get along.

"We get along really well, but we've been making music together for a long time," Bryant said. "I think it really helps to have an instant connection to the rest of the band."

A more interesting question is how two females function in the male-dominated world of rock music -- especially the reaction to Christina playing guitar.

"We'll go to shows and there will be seven other bands and they'll all be guys and they will be the only girls," Bryant said. "But Christina is so good nobody will judge her after she plays."

© Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows Times 2007

- The Times

"CD release for Last Day Lost"

November 21, 2007

Maple Ridge band Last Day Lost returns to its home base to celebrate the release of its latest album, Places to Hide.

Comprised of sisters Christina (guitar, vocals) and Sarah Kamlade (bass, vocals) and brother Bryant (guitar, vocals) with Steve Everts on drums, Last Day Lost seems ready to shed the sibling band motif and is earning its place amongst the indie-pop ranks.

The band has earned support slots for blues legend Edgar Winter, Harlequin, The Headpins and Rick Derringer, while winning accolades ranging from 2005-2006 "Original Band of the Year" from the Canadian Association of Musical Empowerment and Opportunity, and nominations for 2006 "Entertainer of the Year."

Catchy hooks laced with vibrant lyrics have made Last Day Lost festival a mainstay with performances throughout Canada, in addition to the International Pop Overthrow in Los Angeles and ConneXion International Music Festival in Las Vegas.

The band's latest release, Places To Hide, produced by Mike Southworth, is an enthusiastic burst of pop energy that explodes live onstage.

Guitarist Bryant Kamlade said the band has several interesting things going on this month.

Last Day Lost spent the second weekend of November in Pullman, Washington for a radio appearance with the college radio station and a live performance and interview on the Cable 8 television show Video Underground.

A show opening for Harlequin and The Headpins at the ACT in Maple Ridge over the weekend was cancelled.

Since their 2004 self-titled debut, the band has grown and expanded its sound.

After their sophomore release Turn Of Phrase, Last Day Lost have gradually found themselves generating a tremendous response via their myspace page at

Their persistence eventually led to airplay outside British Columbia on college radio stations across Canada and Japan. Places to Hide is available for $10 at

• Last Day Lost play an all ages show with two other bands at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Turnstyle, 22336 Dewdney Trunk Road in Maple Ridge.
- Maple Ridge News


Last Day Lost's full length album is receiving airplay in Canada, UK, Japan, and the U.S.



Canada based Last Day Lost embraces the sibling band motif and is earning their place among the pop-indie ranks. The band is comprised of sisters Christina, (guitar & vocals) Sarah, (bass & vocals) brother Bryant Kamlade, (guitar & vocals) and Josh Havinga on the drums.

They’ve opened for Rick Derringer, Edgar Winter, The Headpins and Chilliwack, with support slots for Theory of a Deadman, Hedley and Faber Drive. Five songs from their newest release Places to Hide were submitted to the International Songwriting Contest and the Billboard World Song Contest; all five songs placed in the semi-finals. For three consecutive years Last Day Lost has been a semi-finalist in the Independent Music World Series and for two consecutive years winner of the Original Band of the Year from the Canadian Association of Musical Empowerment and Opportunity.

In 2008 they performed at the highly revered New Music West, performed at Creation Fest 2008 at the Gorge Amphitheatre and toured extensively through the U.S.

Since their 2004 self titled debut, the band has grown and expanded its sound. Places to Hide is an enthusiastic burst of pop energy that explodes live on stage.
“This Maple Ridge quartet tore apart last weekend’s International Pop Overthrow…” The Province/Stuart Derdeyn
“Last Day Lost is an amazing live band!” Bernie Aubin/The Headpins
“We all stood on the side of the stage watching LDL perform and were just floored!” Tom Curiale/Drummer - Rick Derringer