Album review: LostAlone – The Warring Twenties

The great shame when LostAlone split in 2014 was that we were losing a band uniquely brilliant. Somehow appearing both entirely self-aware and almost naive at the same time, their dedication to rock’s most OTT impulses were matched by these three Derbyshire nerds’ innate, genius ability to pull it all together in an explosion of Queen-ish pageantry, apparently without realising how larger tha...

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