Lost Tuesday Society Release Devil in a B&B E-grapes 8 May 2020
The Lost Tuesday Society are a 5 piece band who have collectively come from a variety of differing musical backgrounds and therefore bring with them a range of influences.
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Performing as a full band, acoustically and in differing combinations of band members they have, to date, graced the stage with the likes of Pete Doherty, Alabama 3, Moulettes, Gabby Young and Other Animals, Labi Sifre, Big Sir,Sister Sledge, The Real Thing and Mica Paris. They have won accolade performing at Nozstock Festival, Do not go Gently Festival and performed at the Paimpol festival in Brittany last year.
They recently supported Paolo Nutini at his sold out gig in Singleton park, Swansea along side Liane LaHavas.
Radio play includes Swansea's main station The wave.
Their self-titled new album produced by Joe Gibb (Catatonia, Leftfield,The Kinks, Moulettes, David Bowie) has been received fantastically by their loyal fan base and is reaching further afield thanks to itunes, Amazon and access to Soundcloud, you tube, Reverbnation and Fandalism.
The albums artwork was kindly donated by the well-respected London based artist Mr Dan Hillier. Writing original material, comparisons have been made to early Fleetwood mac among others and the albums concentration on intricate musical composition and strong melody lines pays its homage unintentionally to 70’s folk and rock with enough edge to bring the songs into modern day.
Because of this, the music appeals to people of all ages and all walks of life.
Members include; Darran Browning -songwriter, guitar and vocals, Sarah Birch - songwriter,guitar and vocals, Alfie Scheinman (Felix Subway) -songwriter, Flute, guitar and vocals.; Darren Beynon - Bass; Simon Parsons-drums. Local to Swansea LTS have filled venues such as The Garage, Monkey bar, Mozarts, Sin city, Uplands Tavern, they have also played The Full Moon in Cardiff, Glasnost festival and continue to widen their appeal further afield. The big cwtch, Nozstock, surplus festival and festival of celts. The band will always be dedicated to their local scene and are heavily involved in putting on nights of all genres and encouraging local talent. The overriding appeal of The Lost Tuesday Society is not only their uncompromising songwriting but their comfortable, upbeat stage performances and interaction with each other and their audiences.