The Lost Days

The Lost Days are a hard rock band from Worksop UK formed in mid-2015. Their hard rock sound takes influence from and is compared to the likes of Metallica, Guns N' Roses, AC/DC and Mötley Crüe blending elements of classic and hard-rock with a modern flourish. Between May 2015 and December 2017, The Lost Days performed over 200 shows, including the main stage of Septemberfest at Donington Park, alongside Razorlight and Reef.

 

The band have since performed alongside giant names in the industry, from bands including Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy, Black Star Riders, The Dead Daisies, Tygers of Pan Tang, Girlschool, Bai Bang and Massive. The band signed to Sound House Records in early 2017 and have endorsement deals with companies including, Hughes and Kettner, Vintage Guitars, Xvive, Regal Tip Drumsticks and most recently Dirtbag Clothing USA. 'One of the best up and comers in the U.K. Rock scene' Damien Dalton (Northern Crossroads Management) 'The Lost Days are not to be missed!' (O2 Academy Group) 'There's no limit on where these guys can take their career, they have a bright future ahead of them' Si Robinson (Sound House Records).

 

Upcoming gigs include:

30 March 2018 - Woolpack Live, Doncaster

31 March 2018 - The Trades, Rotherham

07 April 2018 - The Rogue Saint, Lincoln

14 April 2018 - Shireoaks Club, Worksop

21 April 2018 - A.M.P, Buxton

 

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