Kitty and The Lost Boys | Neverland

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by Kitty and The Lost Boys

Blondie meets Thin Lizzy. Rock pop new wave songs with strong melodies, intelligent lyrics and wicked guitar solos
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Neverland
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2. In The Spotlight
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3. Too Young
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4. City Blues
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5. Life As We Know It
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6. Wonderland
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7. Moonlight
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8. I Gotta Run
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9. Danny
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10. Danger
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Album Notes
Kitty and The Lost Boys: Rock Pop New Wave


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


BOY GEORGE: "Very cool Blonde-esque vibe. Loving your rock!"


AL GOMES: (Christina Aguilera/Red Hot Chili Peppers): "I think the band's great"


Tom Robinson BBC Radio 6 Music: "Absolutely charming"


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!”

Originally from London, UK, Devon band Kitty & The Lost Boys hit the South West music scene in 2006 and are carving out a much needed niche with their catchy tunes, savvy lyrics and polished musicianship.

Kitty - Bass/Vocals

PJ – Guest singer and bass player

Blind Johnny - All round guitar and song writing Legend who has played with and supported many of the greats back in the day!

Jess - Lead guitarist/sound/some keys: acting stage manager and sound engineer at The Wharf

Sam – Drummer

BickC - Congas

Adam Herring - Guest Lost Boys

Kitty & The Lost Boys are just working on their third album and have a lot of Industry interest.

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Every song on this album is catchy, well sung, great tunes, lyrics, great little guitar solos, etc, etc normally i would only like 2/3 songs on an album but everyone's a winner!