Loss of a Child
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Loss of a Child is an instrumental math rock band from London that uses pianos, string sections, guitars and drums to create a classically-influenced post-rock noise. With elements boarding on quiet ambience and others with distorted guitars and crashing drums, the ambitious nature with the classical instruments and effortless switching of time signatures and complex passages set Loss of a Child apart from many leftfield acts, producing a hugely epic sound.Read More...
Complex instrumentation hidden beneath simple ideas, dynamism created within the melodies in addition to volume, and the standard multi-instrumental Loss of a Child approach providing many hidden melodic passages requiring repeat listening to find and understand, but each proving that the obvious is not necessarily the best when it comes to musical depth.
Currently they have five releases, four albums - 2003's The Future Symphony, 2005's Caught and Lost, 2007's Adam and Eve, 2009's Carry Me Home - and the EP Hundred Million Angels from 2008.
Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
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- Missing - 8,174 plays
- Because The Future Lied - 8,062 plays
- For Those Who Know - 10,920 plays