BURIED BONES, the latest EP from Lost on the Metro, centers on various forms of loss, and how it feels to carry that around in our personal or collective memories. Our songs tend to be stories - a quickly painted image and a moment captured in time. Writing and performing songs like these is cathartic for us. We hope listening to them feels that way too.
Letters and Landlines by Lost on the Metro is a study in midlife introspection and angst on a GenX level. Each song unfolds a vivid tale - raw sores, half-healed scars covered in gauzy, gritty layers of dust and regret. The interplay of searing lyrics, 2-part harmonies, and carefully crafted guitar work makes each melody a painful reminder of our vulnerabilities. We share this music because something in us is impelled to create and share and seek connection with others, even when sharing means opening old wounds.