Lost In Venice is a 4-piece hard rock band consisting of Jake Woodhams (Guitar) Rob Page (Bass, Backing Vocals), James Exley (Drums) and Italian born frontman Enrico Sisinni (Vocals/Lead Guitar). They dazzle with their edgy looks and stigma, fearless energy, head banging music and impressive live performances. The band were formed in 2015 and have gone onto successfully build a strong following, playing shows all around the South of England.
In 2015 the band released a 4 song EP Behind The Mask featuring the song Games which has become a popular favourite, with its catchy hooks and chorus. They've received great feedback from the industry itself, amazingly graced the cover of Music Week.
Music Week editor, Tom Pekins's hyped the Lost in Venice, stating that they are "One of the most exciting bands I've seen in a long time."
The band have also built a good relationship with world renown and respected Metropolis Studios in London where an amazing amount of chart music is recorded, including the likes of Amy Winehouse to The Stone Roses, the band also recorded their hit single Games there. The CEO of Metropolis Studios Ian Brenchly said Lost In Venice are “A fantastic band. Really tight, great musicianship. Can’t wait to hear the recordings they are making in our studios”.
The band have teased possible new music for 2017 via their social media platforms, this is only just the beginning for this talented and promising band.
As Lost in Venice come on stage, they already have the crowd ready in anticipation, as they calmly tune their instruments and prepare themselves for the show. The band had some hard times in 2016 but this performance at The Boileroom put them back into their rightful headline status. The band soar on stage and as usual the energy is electric, frontman Enrico speaking to the crowd in-between songs states how grateful he is for everyone coming out, displaying his humble appreciation to their loyal following.
The performance appeared effortless as ever and it was clear to see that the brotherly love between the band has never been lost.
They also teased new material, which was a sneak peak into the exciting music to come after their EP 'Behind The Mask'. The crowd loved it, forming mosh pits through the set, connecting with the bands heavy music, and up beat songs.
Lost in Venice have proved that what doesn’t kill you, only makes you stronger, this is a new chapter for the band who, despite any setbacks, are ready for vengeance.