LostAlone are returning to play the Ironworks on Thursday 17th April, 2014 following their support slot for The Darkness last November.

LostAlone at The Ironworks, Inverness (UK)LostAlone are a stadium-rock-pop trio from the north of England. Their second album, “I’m A UFO In This City”, was released in 2012 to a resounding chorus of critical acclaim and a BBC Radio One playlist. Following this they played a string of headline club shows, the festival circuit, and the arena circuit of the UK and Europe. This included dates supporting artists such as My Chemical Romance, Evanescence and 30 Seconds To Mars – all the time gaining a  loyal legion of fans.

In early 2013, prolific writer Steven Battelle took the band off the road to begin work on a new record. A record which, according to those who have heard it thus far, has been described as “incredible and ridiculous in equal measure”. Production duties on the album have been handled by Mr Dan Weller (acclaimed for his work with Enter Shikari, Young Guns and Gallows), and the challenge of mixing the output fell to Adam Noble (Placebo, The Blackout, and Paul McCartney).

The resulting album ‘Shapes Of Screams’ will finally see the light of day in April 2014.

November 2013 saw LostAlone joining The Darkness on their UK Christmas tour, including a date at the Ironworks, and the band started 2014 with a nationwide tour with The Blackout.

LostAlone embark on a headline UK tour through April. Tickets for their date at the Ironworks on the 17th of April are on sale now.

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Ever since I could understand it, I have been fascinated by the English language. It connects us, yet is also a key factor in defining us all as individuals. Combining my interest in journalism and my passion for music had always been something of a dream for me. I spent much of my teenage years travelling round the country to go to gigs, then would write up short pieces to be kept in a scrapbook of memories. Since being given the opportunity to start writing for Inverness Gigs around six months ago, I have developed my skills and passion further. I have interviewed some of Scotland’s up and coming artists, I was part of the team providing extensive coverage of this year’s Belladrum festival, I regularly attend gigs around the local area - helping to provide support to the many high quality bands around, as well as having the opportunity to review some of the higher profile shows.