Lost City
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Lost City

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Lost City EP - 2009



Lost City is the definition of true band. Having played together for almost ten years, members Kyle Seitz, Mark Sims, and Noel Goff continue to build their fanbase and repertoire. This current project formed in 2009, but since highschool in the Norcross suburb of Atlanta, their chemistry and passion has always been present in their recordings and live performances.

Lost City attracts a wide ranging appeal of all ages, stemming from their ability to create catchy melodies along with an original rock edge. Ryan Adams, Radiohead, Wilco, and Tom Waits are just a few of the influences and comparisons associated with the band. Listeners will hear occasional time signature changes and abstract aspects of their music, with the band still reverting back to the core of fundamental songwriting.

Seitz' wide ranging vocal style, paired with his rhythm and lead guitars, help create the melodic tones of Lost City. Bassist Sims keeps fans interested with distinct bass lines, and sometimes switching from upright to electric, while keeping the foundation alongside the precision and energy of Goff's drumming.

Lost City has performed at Smith's Olde Bar, Drunken Unicorn and other venues in the Atlanta area. The members of Lost City have also experienced exposure with past projects in Charleston, Nashville, Birmingham, and international locations, such as Germany and Great Britain. Fundraisers are also a consistent part of their live shows, from the annual Rock the Cure, helping to raise the awareness of juvenile diabetes, to Winter Soulstice, which contributes to the presence of music and arts in public schools.

Lost City's goals and aspirations reach far beyond the childhood interest of their respective musical instruments. The music industry has consistently been apart of the lives of all three members, and that involvement will only continue to grow.