Kitty and The Lost Boys

Kitty and The Lost Boys

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Pop - Rock | United Kingdom
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Kitty & The Lost Boys Achievemen

KITTY & THE LOST BOYS: FORMER RADIO 1 HOUSEBAND

JOHN GOVIER BBC RADIO DEVON on DRIFT "brilliant...love it..you could hear that one played on the radio next to any of the current commercial tracks..."

MIKE CHAPMAN (Blondie/Suzy Quatro): "You are singing great and looking amazing"

BOY GEORGE: "Very cool, Blonde-esque vibe, yeah, loving your rock!"

AL GOMES: (Christina Aguilera, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Chicago etc: "I think the band's great"

247 MAGAZINE Nov 2010: "This female fronted troupe describe themselves as being from 'deepest, darkest Devon' and I'm sure there are darker things in Devon, but they certainly wouldn't be out of place in an 80s Brat Pack or 90s US teen vampire flick. Upbeat and energetic this sound is clearly influenced by some of those 80s greats, Cyndi Lauper & Blondie, though the sound isn't dissimilar to those 90s Britpop female fronted bands, Echobelly & Lush. Apologies for the reliance on comparison to female fronted bands but there's just no escaping it. The best place to hear this music would be in some bare brick walled underground pub with a cider & black in hand, all dolled up to the nines! Bring it on!"

Tom Robinson BBC Radio 6: "Absolutely Charming"

Record of the Week Heart FM

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Red Stripe Music Award- "Kitty and the Lost Boys took to the stage and kicked the show into another gear. Fronted by the gorgeous Kitty, the band looked great together and delivered a tight performance, wowing the crowd with some great lyrics and Blondie influenced vocals."


Lemonrock review of 'True Baby': "This pop song was written by Kitty when she was 11. Given the standard of 'adult' pop tunes being touted on the radio today, this shows remarkable talent. Yes, it has a simple innocence, both lyrically and in the slightly over-compressed mix, but then, so do most Blondie songs. Here's to original home-grown UK pop! This song appears on Kitty & The Lost Boys first album "Losing The Habit".


Finalists in Pop and Indie categories of Peoples Music Awards 2009


Voted in the Top 100 Unsigned Bands by Bandbacker.com


Semi-Finalist for the song "Neverland" in the UK Songwriting Contest 2009


Semi-Finalist for the song "Losing the Habit" in the UK Songwriting Contest 2007

Originally hailing from South East London this girl fronted rock band have recently stormed the South West music scene and are making a lasting impression with their catchy pop rock songs and electric onstage performances. They've caught the attention of various top industry names including Mike Chapman who created hit records for such artists as Sweet and Suzi Quatro aswell as producing a breakthrough album for Blondie (one of the Kitty and The Lost Boys' major influences)

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Originally hailing from South East London this girl fronted rock band have recently stormed the South West music scene and are making a lasting impression with their catchy pop rock songs and electric onstage performances. They've caught the attention of various top industry names including Mike Chapman who created hit records for such artists as Sweet and Suzi Quatro aswell as producing a breakthrough album for Blondie (one of the Kitty and The Lost Boys' major influences)

Family trio Blind Johnny, Jess and Kitty are joined live by Sam Taylor on drums and Pete Jenkins on bass guitar. The unique musical style of the band fascinates the public and lead vocalist Kitty see's this as one of the band's usp's.

"You've got the four heavily rock influenced lads at the back with my softer, girly vocals over the top and it's a sound that people aren't used to."

Fresh off their second Andalucian tour they've been rocking frequent shows in the SouthWest and in order to build their fan base and channel their music to wider audiences they plan to gig further afield starting with their London debut in Camden on the 13th.

"We're very excited about playing with this line up and sound for the first time in the city, it'll be good for us to play to a fresh crowd. I'm interested to see how our music goes down. Playing in Spain was amazing and we've got really tight as a group. We're sounding the best we have yet."

Their debut album Losing The Habit was released at the end of 2006 and the band have just completed album no 2 Neverland This year has also seen Kitty and The Lost Boys featured on a compilation CD "Cornwall Introducing" alongside some other excellent local bands.