Eleanore & the Lost
  • About

    Eleanore & the Lost are a symphonic rock band (with a hint of prog) resonating influences from Jeff Buckley, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, Kate Bush, Bjork and Evanescence. There are also glimpses of earlier Beatles' songs such as Eleanor Rigby. The song lyrics are beautifully crafted whilst the music has catchy, memorable tunes. The band leader, lead vocalist and songwriter, Eleanore, boasts a four octave range and a voice that is instantly memorable; she is also a consummate performer. Eleanore & the Lost initially formed to promote Eleanore's debut, the studio album "Parlour Game" and have performed gigs across South East England including Guilfest, the famous Half Moon in Putney, The Boiler Room in Guildford, Babalou in Brixton, the Fairfield Halls in Croydon and at the Windsor Festival, plus Battfest and the Green Gathering in 2013 amongst others. There have also been numerous interviews, airplay and live radio performances (most recently BBC London). Second album "The Gift" is being released in three parts, the first of which was released in April 2014 as a download (a special edition hard copy of the album will be available once it's completed) and a tour is in planning to promote it.
  • Inspiration

    Jeff Buckley Fleetwood Mac Evanescence Methodic Doubt Kate Bush
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