Laois band The Lost Messiahs, who will play at Electric Picnic and the new Forest Fest in Emo this year, have released a new single, Searching in Mirrors.
The latest single is taken from their new album ‘Connected to the Real’ which is due for release in July this year.
They have already released their first single from the album ‘Place in my Heart‘ with the video for the track proving very popular with over 15,000 views on YouTube.
As well as Electric Picnic and Forest Fest, the Lost Messiahs are also booked to do an East Coast New York tour in November, that was rescheduled due to Covid, playing at prestigious venues in New York such as Mercury Lounge and the Bowery Electric.
The band have received excellent reviews including a piece in the Sunday Independent by Barry Egan: “The Lost Messiahs have a distinct sound with echoes of Mercury Rev and The National.”
Previous tracks have been played by Dave Fanning, Dan Hegarty and John Creedon, RTE; have been playlisted by Radio Nova and many regional stations including Midlands 103 ; and selected as song of the week on Joe.ie.
The track was recorded at Golden Egg Studios, Portlaoise, which is owned by band member Ollie Plunkett and mastered by Greg Calbi, Sterling Sound, New York.
You can watch the ‘Searching in Mirrors’ video below on YouTube.