Lost&Found is a product of years spent touring the world, in vans and clubs, in a youthful delirium. After more than 15 years playing in one of South Africa’s most loved and successful rock bands, The Parlotones’ Glen Hodgson takes front of stage in a new project – Lost&Found.
As the name suggests, the Lost&Found EP was a journey for Glen. Not long after the birth of the band, Glen took a path of sobriety, as a part of re discovering who he was and where he was going. “Recording and performing the songs was therapeutic for me because I was getting a lot of pent up emotion out after years of pushing it down. It was a much-needed emotional release. It kind of felt like I was rediscovering myself after years of just floating through life, drinking too much etc. Glen recorded the 6-track EP at Anti-Motion Studios with David Grevler. Soul searching and therapeutic, these 6 songs run the gamut of Glen’s emotional release. It is available for purchase on iTunes.
After touring Johannesburg as a Solo act, Glen felt limited and wanted to push the boundaries of what he was creating. Enter drummer Jason Oosthuizen – a South African session drummer/musician described as one of the most explosive live drummers South Africa has ever seen. Jason also currently drums for The Black Cat Bones and has worked with Van Coke Kartel, Fokofpolisiekar & One Day Remains. The entrance of Jason into Lost&Found is the next step in the evolution of a band that has just touched the tip of their own musical iceberg.
Lost&Found have been touring their debut album through South Africa in 2016.
Have a listen….https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JboMaveqHWw