And Now... The Runaways is the fourth studio album by the American rock band The Runaways, released in Europe in late 1978 and Japan in 1979. This was The Runaways last album before disbanding. The album was issued by Cherry Red Records in the UK and was not released in the United States until 1981, when Rhino Records issued it as a picture disc under the title Little Lost Girls, with a different cover photo and a different sequence of the songs.
At the beginning of the recording sessions, Vicki Blue left the band and the bass lines on the tracks are actually played by Lita Ford. During the tumultuous recording of the album, manager Toby B. Mamis observed producer John Alcock's attempts to ultimately phase Joan Jett out of the proceedings, hence Sandy West and Lita Ford's individual solo spots (Sandy's with "Right Now", which she wrote and sang lead on, and Lita's "I'm a Million", featuring Ford's very first lead vocal on record). Joan later quipped, "I had a funny feeling I was about to get fired from a band that I helped create." Duane Hitchings is thanked in the credits for his work on keyboards.
Soon after hiring new bassist Laurie McAllister, Jett and Ford jointly dissolved the Runaways, citing musical differences within the group. Ford and West then attempted to start a new, harder band with Alcock producing, but nothing became of these sessions.