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Wichita, KS
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Few bands effectively walk the line between the mainstream pop/rock and indie dance/rock genres. The Lost Colors manage to be one of the few. After two years of playing music and growing together, they’ve earned their reputation for catchy melodies, groovy rhythms and fun dance beats.
Music aside, their energetic live performances and quirky stage personalities also help them deliver a positive message to show-goers everywhere with a spunky, in-your-face attitude. “Turn Around” is an assurance that no matter how down you feel, or how tough what you’re going through, that God can get you through it., while “Say OK” encourages listeners to stand up against the negative in their lives and fight to change their lives for the better
In the past two years the band has had the privilege of sharing the stage with nationally known artists ranging from Hey Monday to Hawthorne Heights, from RED to Relient K, and they have no intention of slowing down now. On the contrary, with new front Amanda Blackmon, there are even bigger opportunities lining up on the horizon, including festivals, tours, and new recordings. This Wichita, KS band has been rocking the Midwest for two years, and they’re just getting started. 

 
 
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