AHEAD of this weekend’s Redditch music festival (Saturday, July 16) local band Lost At Home are busy rehearsing.
The four piece, who’s home town is Redditch, bagged a bandstand appearance at the third annual festival, which is free entry, and they should start their set around 2.30pm.
Made up of Ben, Olly, James and Rich, the boys write and play rich pop layers among mixed styles of funky rhythm and rock.
Steve Steadman, manager of the band, who has been with them since the day they started out said: “We’re really looking forward to the festival, we haven’t played locally for a while.
“It should be a fantastic event to be at all day.”
The band formed in July 2013 with their debut single being released at the end of the same year.
The current line up of the group has been together since near the beginning of this year after two members left to pursue their own life goals.
With their third birthday this month, the boys are looking forward to another exciting year to be the next chapter of their journey.
Steve added: “We do these festivals because we enjoy playing, we’re really excited.”
Visit www.lostathomeband.com to find out more and about further upcoming events.
The Redditch bandstand event features some 20 bands, solo artists and duos who will be performing on the day.
The live music starts at midday with performances taking place at three outdoor locations around the town centre,
The event runs until 4pm but there will be more live music on offer in the evening from about 5pm at venues around the town centre including the Black Tap on Church Green East, The Golden Cross on Unicorn Hill and The Sportsman’s Arms in Peakman Street.
Outdoor performances are subject to change/cancellation due to adverse weather conditions.