Single Review: Lost In Stereo – ‘Tear Out The Pages’

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Having supported The Ataris and headlined King Tuts, Glasgow band Lost In Stereo have now released their energy-filled new EP Famous First Words.

Taken from the EP is new single ‘Tear Out The Pages’. An infectious slice of racing pop-punk, it’s filled with impassioned vocals and frenzied, uptempo hooks, reminiscent of the likes of Good Charlotte. Blasting out a seething power and anthemic, stadium-filling emotion, it oozes plenty of nostalgia whilst maintaining a refreshing, youthful edge.

Proving to be definite ones to watch for any punk-rock fan, Lost In Stereo have shown themselves capable of creating instant earworms that you can’t help but sing (or fist-pump) along to at first listen.

Co-written by Stefan Abingdon (The Midnight Beast), Famous First Words is out now.

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