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Thousand Islands Fest Announces Lineup

Thousand Islands Records have partnered up with Pouzza Fest to bring their second instalment of Thousand Islands Fest. It’s set to take place at Le Centre D’Art La Petite Eglise de Saint-Eustache near Montreal, QC on July 21st.

The event will benefit L’Écluse Des Laurentides, whose mission “is to help people who are socially disruptive or experiencing problems of social exclusion, isolation, poverty, marginalization or any other problem affecting their quality of life.”

You can check the whole lineup out below.

Lost Love (melodic pop punk) stream new album “Good Luck Rassco”

Montreal pop-punks Lost Love are streaming their upcoming album Good Luck Rassco, which is set to be released May 25th on Stomp Records and Guerrilla Asso.

You can give the album a listen here.

This new album will be the first since 2016’s Comfortable Scars.

Lost Love (melodic pop-punk) announce new album streaming new song “Clay Turris”

Montreal pop-punks Lost Love have announced they have a new record in the works. The new album titled Good Luck Rassco will be released May 25th on Stomp Records and Guerrilla Asso.

The band has released the first track off the new album and you can check it out below.

This new album will be the first since 2016’s Comfortable Scars. If you enjoy some Weezer you’ll enjoy these guys so check them out.

Lost Love and Empty Lungs touring UK and EU in November

Canada’s Lost Love and Northern Ireland’s Empty Lungs will be touring through the UK and EU together throughout November and into the wee early days of December. You can find the tour dates for the pair of indie-punks below.

Lost Love release video for “Here’s 15 Cents, Now We’re Even”

Montreal’s Lost Love have released a new video for “Here’s 15 Cents, Now We’re Even”. The track is taken from their current full length, “Comfortable Scars”, out on Stomp Records. The album came out back in April of last year.

You can watch the video below.

Music Video: Lost Love – “Here’s 15 Cents, Now We’re Even”

Montreal punks Lost Love have premiered a music video for their track “Here’s 15 Cents, Now We’re Even.” You can give it a watch below.

The track comes from the band’s latest album, titled “Comfortable Scars,” which dropped on April 22, 2016.

Lost Love announce US tour dates

Montreal punks Lost Love have announced a big ol’ US tour that will take them all across the country over the next two months.

Check out all the dates and locations below.

Lost Love last released Comfortable Scars on April 22nd via legendary ska label Stomp Records and Boston punk label Ocelot Records.

Lost Love releases new video, embarks on European tour with Water Mane

Montreal punks Lost Love has a new video out for the song “Scotch n’ Soda,” and you can check it out below, along with the band’s upcoming tour dates.

Lost Love released the album Comfortable Scars back in April as a joint venture with legendary ska label Stomp Records and Boston punk label Ocelot Records. The band released this video today to celebrate the success of their recent 4-week Canadian tour, and to see them off to 3 weeks in Europe with Montpellier punks Water Mane.  Lost Love will also be heading to the U.S. in late June.  

Comfortable Scars was released on April 22nd, and serves as a follow-up to their 2014 album Sparkles. 

EXPOSÉ: Road to Pouzza Fest VI series Part 6 featuring: Lost Love

The final instalment of the  EXPOSÉ: Road to Pouzza Fest VI series features Montreal punk rockers Lost Love. These guys are the embodiment of the modern punk sound and the direction it is headed in. For fans of Iron Chic and Latterman, this band has the chords, the gang vocals, and the riffs to make you feel good and happy. Watch them as they play “Just Because I Rock Doesn’t Mean I’m Made of Stone”, a song from their latest album Comfortable Scars. 

You can watch the whole thing below.

A big thank you to Minus2 Digital Media and Raw Cut Media for working with us on this fantastic web series. Hope to see some of you out to this year’s Pouzza Fest, which takes place all over Montreal from May 20th-22nd.

Comfortable Scars was released on April 22nd, 2016 through Stomp Records and serves as a follow-up to their 2014 album Sparkles. 

Lost Love release new music video, “Take Care, Get Better, See You Never”

Montreal punk rock band Lost Love have just released a brand new music video for their track “Take Care, Get Better, See You Never.” Shot in one take, the video shows the band’s front-man sitting in a park and singing, while his band-mates raise hell behind him. Check it out below.

“Take Care, Get Better, See You Never” comes off the band’s upcoming album “Comfortable Scars” which is set for a release on April 22nd.

Lost Love sign to Stomp Records, announce sophomore album

Montreal punk rock band Lost Love have signed to Stomp Records. You can see an announcement video from the label featuring a snippet of a new song here. Also announced with the signing is the band’s sophomore album, Comfortable Scars, which will be released on April 22, 2016.

Lost Love released their debut album, Sparkles, in September 2014.

Album Review: Lost Love – “Sparkles”

Do you like your punk rock explosive and exciting? What about punk with a healthy sense of melody? And lastly, do you enjoy punk with choruses to shout your heart out along to? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll want to check out Lost Love and their debut album Sparkles.

The Montreal quartet kicks things off with “Rooftops/Fireworks”, which is explosive, melodic, and delivers on the catchy chorus that was previously alluded to. It also happens to lay down the groundwork for the entire album which generally follows the same structural formula. There’s a moment roughly halfway through “Rooftops/Fireworks” when the band declares “nothing’s left except sincerity”. A simple statement, but it’s a powerful one and could very easily be the album’s motto. Lost Love hasn’t been around for too long, but Sparkles captures them doing what they know how to do best: playing their hearts out.

Which leads me to the most remarkable thing about Sparkles: the originality of the song compositions. Sure, the songs follow an archetypical verse-chorus-verse set up, but Lost Love largely avoids sounding exactly like the bands that (presumably) influenced them. This melodic style of punk rock has been around for at least twenty years (though I’m sure that’s up for debate), so it’s common for today’s bands to take a couple of albums to really find their own groove. However, this isn’t much of a problem for Lost Love. Sparkles fits in comfortably with other punk albums without blatantly mimicking Goddamnit.

Is Sparkles a wholly original punk rock album? Not exactly. Is it a sincere punk rock album from a young, up-and-coming band worth paying attention to? Most definitely. You can give it a listen below.

4 / 5

RIYL: The Draft, The Sainte Catherines, American Steel

Lost Love release music video for “Sacrécoeur”

Montreal punk rock band Lost Love have released a music video for the song “Sacrécoeur” from their upcoming record “Sparkles”. It features footage from their recent summer tour in the United States and you can check it out below.

Sparkles will be the band’s follow-up to their 2013 split EP Hosplital with Dying River.

Lost Love (pop-punk) to release full-length “Sparkles” on Pouzza Records, stream new song

Montreal punk rock band Lost Love have announced their signing to Pouzza Records as well as plans to release their first full-length titled Sparkles. The band has revealed the artwork for the upcoming album and is also streaming the first single “Oh My Snare!”, which you can listen to below.

Sparkles will be the band’s follow-up to their 2013 split EP Hosplital with Dying River.

Full EP Stream: Dying River/Lost Love- “Hospital”

Montreal punk act Dying River and orgcore punks Lost Love are currently streaming their new split EP “Hospital” on their bandcamp page. Check it out here.

“Hospital” was released on May 10th 2013.