90’s Southern Cali band Lot 49 reissue lost album Lonely Planet

Lot 49, an early 90s Alt-rock band from Santa Barbara, Southern California, who were together from 1993 to 1997 before breaking up, will release a lost album called Lonely Planet. Made up of Scott Killion-Malo (vocals/guitar), Kevin Serra (guitars), Josh Richards (bass) and Mike Pearl(drums), the band sound like a cross between The Smiths, The Chameleons and early David Bowie while maintaining a sound all their own. The seven songs that make up the album Lonely Planet were recently found after more than a decade in a storage locker in NYC and the first single off the album “Exponents” has just been released on Amazon and on iTunes, with the CD being released in May 2009.

Lot 49 – Exponents
Lot 49 – Shake Out

DaVe Lipp

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