Review: Lives Lost – Letting Go Of Ghosts


Lives Lost is is a post hardcore band from Pennsylvania. They have just released their latest single, “Letting Go Of Ghosts” independently.


The song has a third-wave emo throwback feel that is all of the rage right now. This track feels like it could have easily been released this week or 2005. The high energy song is well recorded and mixed, and features vocalist Tanis Pellegrini’s soaring vocals and new vocalist Dylan Kasprzyk, mixing clean and scream singing.

With a fully formed lineup and an EP written, Lives Lost continues on to change the world through art. Billed as a high-energy, unique rock band. Lives Lost brings a genre-bending sound to the stage making each performance unique. Throughout their tenure as a band, they have shared the stage with artists such as Alesana, Defiant, Eternal Frequency, Hinder, If Not For Me, Ignite, Jimmies Chicken Shack, Lyndhurst, Palisades, Small Town Titans, Softspoken, Vampires Everywhere, and VRSTY, and more!

Of their sound, Pellegrini opines, “I’d say we have the catchiness of Silverstein, the aggressiveness of Beartooth, the radio feel of some of the heavy-hitting octane bands such as Nothing More, and the prog/technical ambition of Coheed & Cambria!”

Fans of My Chemical Romance, Thrice and Silverstein will love the post-hardcore emo throwback feel of Lives Lost.

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