The Lost Messiahs release their new single ‘Didn’t have to be that way’ taken from their new album ‘Deconstruction of the Mind’ . The single release is accompanied by a Peaky Blinder style gangster video, both of which are receiving excellent reviews.
The band are heading to American in April for a series of dates on the East Coast to promote the album and have secured bookings at prestigious venues or the tour.
– Saturday 12th April – The Bowery Electric – New York
– Sunday 13th April – The Saint – New Jersey
– Wednesday 15th April- Arlene’s Grocery – New York
– Thursday 16th April –Tavern at the end of the World – Boston
– Friday 17th April – The KHYBER – Philadelphia
– Saturday 18th April – The Thirsty Soul – Philadelphia
– Monday 20th April – Mercury Lounge-New York
– Tuesday 21st April-Rockwood Music Hall- New York
– The band are currently finishing Irish tour dates with renaming gigs in:
– Friday 13th March -Kitlers – Kilkenny
– Friday 20th March – Dunamaiose Theatre –Portlaoise
The Lost Messiahs hail from Portlaoise , Ireland and now with some line-up changes head out on tour to promote their new album. The tour will take them to venues all over Ireland before they head to America for a series of dates in in April, 2020, following by a string of festivals in Europe in May and June.
Having spent the last two years writing and recording The Lost Messiah’s second album ‘ Deconstruction of the Mind ’, founding member and songwriter Ollie Plunkett is eager to share these new songs with the world.
His latest creative journey has yielded 10 original songs delivered with a rich palette of atmospheric guitars, dark and brooding synths and driven by a relentless hypnotic rhythm. Meditations on love, loss and a search for life meaning permeate the tracks on this album.
‘The deconstruction of the mind, the segue to a place
The silence, the fall, the breaking of the mould
The colours all explode, the wonder of it all
Look at the birds out in the sky, look how they fly, look how they fly
In a heartbeat, in a heartbeat, you and I, you and I’