Since its inception, the Lost Colours project has gone from strength to strength, after the creation of their debut album Talking In Technicolour, Lost Colours have gone on to play some of the countries biggest festivals including Bluedot, Kendal Calling, Secret Garden Party and Bestival, had their music used to back up Brian Eno’s amazing Psychedelic visual show, bagged remixes for Public Service Broadcasting and Reverend and The Makers, released their debut single, had notable support from BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music and also BBC Introducing resulting in BBC Introducing labelling Lost Colours their “favourite new act and declaring 2018 as their year” May 2018 will see the release of their debut album which was mixed by Bjork’s musical director, Damian Taylor (Bjork, Arcade Fire, Prodigy, Depeche Mode). Damian declared his profound love for the band and insisted he was the man to mix the entire album. Lost Colours have played some of the biggest festivals in the uk, including, Bestival, SGP, Kendal Calling, Bluedot Festival. Solfest to name a few.
Not only do Lost Colours play as a live band Martin does a solo electronic show in which he’s remixed some tracks from the album to play as a banging electronic show.