Laura Lost
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Laura Lost

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"Overplay Review"

With stark photos against decaying urban backdrops and more than a smattering of distressed typefaces on her website and CD sleeves, Laura Lost seems keen to embrace her punk heritage.The songs on this ep have an impact that comes more from their originality, wit and nose for a killer melody. Lead track Nancy opens the show and its a perfect study in bubblegum bitchiness. Against a twinkly riff, frontwoman Laura rails against a girl who gets in everywhere and has done everything there is to be done. With an almost-spoken word vocal, the whole thing has the playful spite of Mike Skinner. Finally though, the band cant hold out any longer and amp up the aggression for pounding punky outro. Do one! screams Laura with a passion that still cant quite lose a little bit of a grin. Its cheeky, catchy top flight entertainment. And, to be honest, weve probably all met a Nancy at one time or another. The next track couldnt be less similar if it was a Bavarian rave odyssey. Suffer Lover bristles with windswept fury as a screeching guitar resurrects the Charlatans riff from Weirdo over a fat 12-string and towers of gothic majesty. Its Linkin Park meets Sisters of Mercy, but things change once more with the slow, fuzzed-up magic of Ice Lady. The falsetto vocal and floaty guitars have all the gritty sparkle of Lush or Throwing Muses, only to fade too soon at less than three minutes. Finally, things reach meltdown with the simple, loud and outrageously hook-heavy Troublemaker. Its full-pelt punk with a bratty, shouty vocal that sounds like X-Ray Spex vs Shaun Ryder on helium. Doubtless a live favourite, this is rock n roll in the raw. But like everything here, Laura Lost has put a lot of thought into making it look easy. - Overplay


First ever EP received national and international airplay. Hoping to release single 'Tragic' independently in 2009. Several UK television channels have used Laura Lost music in their programmes.

Laura Lost EP - 2006
Tragic EP - 2007
Nancy EP - 2007
Tragic single - 2009



Laura Lost are a band from South England. They write music for extreme sports. They don't have a specific genre, but their style ranges from punk/indie to pop/surf. The band love to surf, snowboard and feel happiest playing at parties in the mountains and by the sea.
Laura Lost have been lucky enough to play the Austrian Snowbombing festival, The London Astoria before its closure and tour the UK and Europe. Their first ever self-released EP was aired on National Radio 1s Huw Stephens show and won the band a trip Ibiza for songwriting talents from Overplay. Laura Lost music is currently used by Freesports on 4 and Animal clothing.
The band is currently about to go into the studio to record their second EP with The Noisettes/Editors producer