LostAlone are a 3 piece from Derby, UK who Kerrang likened to Muse and Queen in their 4/5 live review in Kerrang in January this year.
Their second album, "I'm A UFO In This City" was released on March 5th 2012. Produced by Jacknife Lee and Greg Wells Mixed by Alan Moulder and Mark Needham Executive Producer: Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance)
My Chemical Romance (Gerard is exec producer of their new album), Paramore and 30 Seconds to Mars are big supporters. LostAlone have a VERY dedicated fan base called The Covert Agenda (www.thecovertagenda.com).
The band played Download Festival's Red Bull Stage on Saturday 9th June 2012 to rave reviews: "LostAlone are in their own league....an astonishing fulsome sound for a 3 piece...unbelievable guitar work....fully understand the concept of showmanship" 5KKKKK Kerrang "The Queen-influenced three-piece are a formidable unit and Steven Battelle is emerging as a genuine talent who can finger tap, sing and run around all at the same time." NME
They also played the Big Cheese Cave at Guilfest on 13th July 2012: "...they smash the doors to the festival's alternative tent wide open as their ear-melting three part harmonies and huge rock choruses get the crowd warmed up." Kerrang! 4KKKK.
The band are set to tour as special guests with Tonight Alive on their UK/European tour during September and October, and will also be supporting Evanescence on their November UK arena tour alongside The Used.
LostALone have played many festivals previously including Reading and Leeds, T In The Park, Oxegen, Rock am Ring, Taste of Chaos, Give It A Name and Brauereifest in der City (which they headlined in May this year).
Kerrang cover mount CD out 20th June - band covered Metallica's 'Nothing Else Matters' Classic Rock cover mount CD July issue out June - band covered Meatloaf's 'Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad'
Singer, Steven Battelle was recently listed in Kerrang as one of the '50 Greatest Rockstars In The World Today'.