Lost Alone announce special ‘Shapes Of Screams’ 10th anniversary hometown headline show

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Playing Shapes Of Screams in full – 6th December at The Hairy Dog, Derby

Limited edition Shapes Of Screams vinyl and merch bundles out 28th June

Hyper-melodic, epic rock trio LostAlone have announced a very special hometown headline show, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their 2014 album Shapes Of Screams. 

Set to take place at The Hairy Dog in Derby on 6th December, LostAlone will play Shapes Of Screams in full, alongside other songs spanning their catalogue. This will be the only opportunity to see Shapes Of Screams performed in its entirety. 

Tickets for this one-off show will be on sale at 10am BST on Wednesday 1st May, available here: https://www.musicglue.com/lostalone/events/e14ee299-856e-4d68-a392-5e9739421c83

Frontman Steven Battelle comments:
“This December we’re returning home to Derby for this first time since 2022. Playing our third album Shapes Of Screams in full, and a full set of songs from across our records. 

“If you know your LostAlone history our home town Christmas shows have been off the scale occasions, with awesome fans descending on our city from all over the planet – it’s a badge of honour to have attended.

“Combine these festivities with us performing Shapes Of Screams in full and we’re hugely excited to see you all.”

Last month LostAlone announced a special, limited, 10th anniversary vinyl reissue of Shapes Of Screams. The album was originally released on 7th April 2014. 

Due for release on 28th June, the Shapes Of Screams reissue is repressed on 180g heavyweight Black Ice Transparent vinyl, limited to just 250 copies. Bundles with new merch and signed art prints are also available. 

Purchase the vinyl reissue and bundles here: https://www.musicglue.com/lostalone/

Check out ‘The Bells! The Bells!!’ from the album here:

Battelle adds: 
“We made Shapes Of Screams under a cloud. We were falling apart, but somehow it became a unifying album that healed us. I was obsessed with the Les Miserables musical and wanted to make a heavy rock record with the choral elements of musical theatre. Some of the biggest, fan-favourite LostAlone songs are on this record and I’m very proud of it.”

LostAlone surprised fans with their return in 2022, eight years since they originally split, swiftly followed by shows with My Chemical Romance and a sold-out hometown headline show. The trio concluded 2022 with a full UK headline tour, following the release of their long-awaited album The Warring Twenties. 

The Warring Twenties was LostAlone’s first full-length since 2014’s Shapes of Screams. The album was written and produced by frontman Steven Battelle, with a variety of friends called upon to mix the songs: Greg Wells (The Greatest Showman, Deftones, Twenty One Pilots), Rou Reynolds (Enter Shikari), Adam Noble (Biffy Clyro, Placebo, Liam Gallagher) and Rich Collins.

Outside of LostAlone, Battelle has become a prolific songwriter for other artists, co-writing seven of the songs on McFly’s new album Power To Play (#2 in Official Albums Chart Top 40). Following the successful collaboration, McFly invited LostAlone to tour with them last year. 
2023 also saw the trio release three standalone singles, ‘The Final Call For Forever’, ‘Waiting For The Magic To Show Up’ and ‘I’m A Fire That You Can’t Put Out’.

LostAlone show no signs of slowing in 2024, with the release of their latest single ‘All At Once’ and a recent UK headline tour. 

Stay tuned for more from LostAlone. 

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