The Lost Notes
June 29 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm£8
As heard on BBC Introducing, The Lost Notes are an original Acoustic Folk Roots band from Moseley, Birmingham who write songs about things that matter. Like the perils of one night stands and plastic surgery, the plight of bankers, greaseballs, snakes, Greco-Roman health and safety failings, mules, mermaids and the downright miserable. Formed in 2014 they have been “taking the folk world by storm!” (Folk For Folk’s Sake Radio) with their energetic and entertaining live shows.
Their music “fits in amongst peers like… Fleet Foxes, …Fairport Convention… and Crosby Stills Nash and Young” (Rocking Magpie). All delivered in glorious 3-part harmony.
Their 2017 debut album Run Free Right Now received national acclaim, described by Maverick Country Music Magazine as: “4/5 stars – Sublime…fearless and entertaining; extremely clever song-writing …wonderful.” The 2020 follow-up “Lowlifes and High Times” was equally well received: ““Their debut announced them as rising stars, this puts them firmly in the brightest constellation” (Folking.com).
“One of Birmingham’s finest emerging bands, this Moseley based quintet fuse bluegrass, folk, jazz, blues and pop to produce a sound as compelling as it is entertaining” (Birmingham Mail, Glee Club gig review).
“The Lost Notes… Too talented, too entertaining, too musical, too energetic, too exciting and too popular. My pacemaker went into overdrive for the first time since I’d seen the Nolan Sisters.” Anthony John Clark