“Sublime…fearless and entertaining; extremely clever song-writing ...wonderful"
Maverick Country Music Magazine
As heard on BBC Introducing WM "Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant! I Love it!"
The Lost Notes are a 5-piece Acoustic Folk Roots band from Moseley, Birmingham who are
"taking the folk world by storm!" (Folk For Folk's Sake Radio)
The Lost Notes are thrilled to announce the release of their second album:
Lowlifes and High Times
“Their debut announced them as rising stars, this puts them firmly in the brightest constellation.” Folking.com
“Fits in amongst peers like… Fleet Foxes, …Fairport Convention… Crosby Stills Nash and Young." Rocking Magpie
“Infectious folk… with sumptuous pop… a gem” Threechordsandthetruthuk
"A banger of an album!" MusicStyle: Undecided
Lowlifes and High Times is the follow up album to The Lost Notes’ critically acclaimed debut album Run Free Right Now. These new songs celebrate the ups and downs of journeymen, despots, sleazeballs, fools, the planet and the consciously idle.
The Lost Notes are a 5-piece acoustic roots band based in the creatively fertile blaglands of Moseley, Birmingham UK. They have built up a loyal fan base across the folk and festival circuit through their lively full band performances and more intimate trio gigs.
They write songs for chin-strokers, foot-stompers, head-nodders and those who like to partake in the dark art of inarticulate dancing and hollering. It happens. All delivered in glorious 3 part harmonies.
"A highlight…were Moseley band The Lost Notes. They…drew a huge crowd for their fast-paced set that was high on fun and audience engagement."
Birmingham Mail – Moseley Folk Festival Review
"One of Birmingham’s finest emerging bands, this Moseley-based quintet fuse bluegrass, folk, jazz, blues and pop to produce a sound that is as compelling as it is entertaining."
Birmingham Mail - Glee Club Review
"One of the best gigs I have seen all year. They are an amazing live band! ...if you get the chance to see them you should. They do a wide spectrum of music from RnB, funk, blues, country, folk. Excellent! They are such fun! Green Grass is one of my favourite songs of the year."
Mike Davies, Alternative Roots Music, BRUM Radio