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Motel Sundown Return With Upbeat Anthem ‘Lost Time’

Fresh from their triumphant appearance at the Black Deer Festival and the latest single Midnight Blue, Motel Sundown unveils their latest musical offerings Lost Time, and the timing couldn’t be more impeccable. This upbeat and driven anthem marks a change from their slower folkier style, showcasing the band’s versatility and songwriting talents.

As you dive into Lost Time, it’s evident that Motel Sundown have found a new gear in their sound. The chorus, with its echoes of rich harmonies and guitar focused American-folk and reminiscent of The Eagles, is a standout, infusing the track with an infectious energy that carries the whole tune into its guitar solo and beyond. The three-part harmony, a signature of the Liverpool-Americana trio, is executed with finesse.

Naomi, Karen, and Bobby deliver a tighter sound, again embracing that full band setup which pushes the spectrum of what they can do and what’s hidden for the rest of the EP!

Motel Sundown, in their musical journey since 2018, have reached new heights, gracing stages at the British Country Music Festival and concluding a successful Summer tour at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall. With ‘Lost Time‘, the trio sets a high bar for what’s to come.

The single, recorded at the Motor Museum with Ben Harper and mastered with Graeme Lynch at Two Zero Nine is out now. Stream Lost Time here.

For a dose of rock-infused Americana and to stay updated on their musical ventures, be sure to check out their socials –  FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

The future looks promising for Motel Sundown as they continue to write, record, and captivate audiences with their evolving sound.

Motel Sundown will play the Liverpool Philharmonic Music Room on Sunday 14 April and tickets are available here.

Michael Fell


Founder and Editor, Clare Deane, shares her passion for all the amazing things happening in Liverpool. With a love of the local Liverpool music scene, dining out a couple of times a week and immersing herself in to all things arts and culture she's in a pretty good place to create some Liverpool Noise.

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