LOST WOODS UNVEIL FRESH INDIE-ROCK LULLABY ‘BERN’ AND ANNOUNCE NATIONAL TOUR DATES

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SUPPORT FOR LOST WOODS “Punchy, jangly, soaring indie pop goodness. This is something I would love to see live, just as much as Pete wants to see Frank Ocean”. - Bridget Hustwaite - triple j (AUS) “Love when the second vocal comes in, they work a treat together and it picks you up for a fun trip”. - Declan Byrne - triple j (AUS) Adelaide’s Lost Woods have returned with a fresh single for their soulful new indie rock hymn, ‘Bern’, served with a sprinkling of national tour dates. Mastered by Grammy Award winner Joe Laporta (David Bowie, Vampire Weekend, Foo Fighters) and stacked with lush harmonies buoying up vocalist Peter White’s mesmerising falsetto, this acoustic-laced slice of gently undulating folk balladry will soothe your aching soul like the soft country starlight its sonics evoke. White describes the meaning behind the track: “'Bern' tackles the struggle of giving someone up and the feeling of loneliness and isolation that come with it.  Knowing that something isn’t right for you but not being emotionally mature enough to deal with it”. To celebrate the release, Lost Woods will set out on four dates hitting The Workers Club in Melbourne, Frankie’s Pizza in Sydney and two hometown dates in Adelaide at The Grace Emily and Exeter Beer Garden. ‘Bern’ comes on the heels of a steadily snowballing career that’s seen the band share stages with the likes of Holy Holy, Maddy Jane, Alice Ivy, Timberwolf, Kingswood, Andy Bull, Harts and many more. Previous releases have won the band strong support across triple j and triple j Unearthed, not to mention a finalist position in the prestigious 2016 Vanda and Young song writing competition. In the coming weeks, Lost Woods, will unveil an accompanying music video for ‘Bern’. ‘Bern’ is available now LOST WOODS BERN TOUR SUN 28 APR | THE GRACE EMILY, ADELAIDE SA SAT 4 MAY | THE WORKERS CLUB, MELBOURNE VIC THU 16 MAY | FRANKIES PIZZA BAR, SYDNEY NSW SAT 1 JUN | EXETER BEER GARDEN, ADELAIDE SA

SUPPORT FOR LOST WOODS

“Punchy, jangly, soaring indie pop goodness. This is something I would love to see live, just as much as Pete wants to see Frank Ocean”.
– Bridget Hustwaite – triple j (AUS)

“Love when the second vocal comes in, they work a treat together and it picks you up for a fun trip”.
– Declan Byrne – triple j (AUS)


Adelaide’s Lost Woods have returned with a fresh single for their soulful new indie rock hymn, ‘Bern’, served with a sprinkling of national tour dates.

Mastered by Grammy Award winner Joe Laporta (David BowieVampire WeekendFoo Fighters) and stacked with lush harmonies buoying up vocalist Peter White’s mesmerising falsetto, this acoustic-laced slice of gently undulating folk balladry will soothe your aching soul like the soft country starlight its sonics evoke.

White describes the meaning behind the track:

“’Bern’ tackles the struggle of giving someone up and the feeling of loneliness and isolation that come with it.  Knowing that something isn’t right for you but not being emotionally mature enough to deal with it”.

To celebrate the release, Lost Woods will set out on four dates hitting The Workers Club in MelbourneFrankie’s Pizza in Sydney and two hometown dates in Adelaide at The Grace Emily and Exeter Beer Garden.

‘Bern’ comes on the heels of a steadily snowballing career that’s seen the band share stages with the likes of Holy HolyMaddy JaneAlice IvyTimberwolfKingswoodAndy BullHarts and many more. Previous releases have won the band strong support across triple j and triple j Unearthed, not to mention a finalist position in the prestigious 2016 Vanda and Young song writing competition.

In the coming weeks, Lost Woods, will unveil an accompanying music video for ‘Bern’.

‘Bern’ is available now

LOST WOODS
BERN TOUR

SUN 28 APR | THE GRACE EMILY, ADELAIDE SA
SAT 4 MAY | THE WORKERS CLUB, MELBOURNE VIC
THU 16 MAY | FRANKIES PIZZA BAR, SYDNEY NSW
SAT 1 JUN | EXETER BEER GARDEN, ADELAIDE SA


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