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Lonesome Sky

The Lost Patrol

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Where Outer Space Meets The Highway

Surf-style guitars and beautiful soaring vocals by Danielle Kimak Stauss. This  disc runs from hypnotically spacey ballads to dreamlike rockin' rides. The Lost Patrol’s sound is at once strangely familiar, yet a complex sound of their own. At times, meant to chill, but more often a thrill. They should be the house band for NASA.

Run Wild Indeed

Absolutely superb. Rich layers of guitar over dreamy lyrics. Upbeat and mellow at the same time.

The Big Sky

Absolutely stunning cinematic music of the big sky. Soaring vocals play against chiming reverb-drenched guitars and drums. Melodic, moving, and addictive.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Lost Patrol began in 1998 as a solo project for Dennis Lyxzén, singer for Swedish political punks the (International) Noise Conspiracy. His band, hardcore legends the Refused, had just broken up at the time, and Lyxzén wanted to move away from noise. He ended up releasing a record, 1999's Songs in the Key of Resistance, that was very much influenced by the political folk of artists like Billy Bragg. At the same time, he was forming the (International) Noise Conspiracy, which took most of his...
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