Should The Lost Colors win the Battle of the Bands? Listen above and then Vote!
About the band:
The Lost Colors is a pop/rock band from Wichita, Kansas. Formed from the ashes of previous project, milemarker128, The Lost Colors got their start in early 2009 by five friends united by not only a passion for music, but also a love for Jesus Christ.
The group began their career playing various shows to gain recognition around the Wichita area, and soon began branching out to the surrounding regions. The Lost Colors released their self-titled debut demo CD early in the summer of 2009. Their first single from the demo, titled “Blame,” features an upbeat message that speaks of taking responsibility of one’s actions rather than blaming others for their mistakes. “Blame” has proven to be a hit among their hometown fans as well as online, where it has made its way toward the top of numerous internet music charts.
The band is currently performing live shows across the Midwest and plan to enter to the studio to begin work on completing their EP in the winter. The Lost Colors have shared the stage with nationally known acts such as Relient K, Sanctus Real, This Beautiful Republic, Since October, Stars Go Dim, and many more. With catchy, powerful songs, energetic live performances, and a passion to bring a positive influence to the lives of others, The Lost Colors is proving to be a band to watch for in the future. The Lost Colors is Ellie Gorman (vocals), Kristyn Chapman (guitar), Michael Cunningham (keys), Michael Mendez (bass), and Matt Cunningham (drums).