The pop/punk band, The Lost Boys, is releasing their newest track, “Wasting My Time” tomorrow. The song will drop via Idobi Radio on RocktheWalls.net the evening of May 10th. “Wasting My Time” will also be accessible through The Lost Boys’ Bandcamp account, http://thelostboysoh.bandcamp.com on the same day.
This catchy, break-up song based on life events of The Lost Boys’ founder, Lee Weiss, is undoubtedly Alt/pop radio material. When asked about the inspiration for “Wasting My Time”, vocalist/guitarist Weiss stated, ‘So you find yourself wasting time over analyzing a situation that matters to you but when you step back and take a look around you realize, that other person isn’t worried or upset but they have moved on and all that weight and frustration has been just a waste of time.’
Weiss, along with bassist/vocalist Josh Hall and guitarist Joey Parker, teamed up in June of 2013 after the dissolution of Weiss’ former band, Life After Liftoff. The three friends working with Tyler Smyth (Dangerkids/RiseRecords) on new material are also readying themselves for the Midwest leg of the Vans Warped Tour 2014.
Review by: Andi Williams HHM
The Lost Boys take the Kevin Says Stage from 7/16-7/20 on the following stops:
July 16 Cincinnati, OH
July 17 Cuyahoga Falls, OH
July 18 Auburn Hills, MI
July 19 Tinley Park, IL
July 20 Shakopee, MN.
This high-speed, danceable tune has a memorable hook with a lyrical lesson behind it. “Wasting My Time” will fit nicely in a playlist with Fall Out Boy, Fountains of Wayne, or even another Dayton band, The Glory Game. Listeners will automatically relate to the message and absorb the positive energy of The Lost Boys.
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