Loch Lomond (band)
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|Origin||Portland, Oregon, United States|
|Genres||Chamber Pop, Indie Rock, Indie Folk|
|Years active||2003 - Present|
|Labels||Tender Loving Empire, Chemikal Underground, Hush Records, Song, by Toad Records|
Jade Brings Plenty
|Past members||Johanna Kunin
Pia Da Silva
Trevino Brings Plenty
Loch Lomond is a band based in Portland, Oregon, United States that was started as a solo recording project of Ritchie Young in 2003. With help of engineer/producer Rob Oberdorder, Young crafted the first Loch Lomond album, When We Were Mountains. Over the next few years, Loch Lomond performed around Portland and the Pacific Northwest in various incarnations. Live performances would range from Young by himself to a full band. During this time, many different recording sessions took place in various studios and homes. These recordings were compiled on the early 2006 EP Lament For Children. In the later half of 2006, Loch Lomond solidified into a nine-person band. In this format, they produced their 2007 album "Paper the Walls", which was more reminiscent of traditional chamber folk music while featuring many non-traditional instruments. They toured with The Decemberists in late 2008. In 2010, Loch Lomond's song, Wax and Wire, was featured in the short film Danny MacAskill's Way Back Home produced by Red Bull Media House.
- When We Were Mountains, 2004
- Paper The Walls, Hush Records, 2007
- Little Me Will Start A Storm, Tender Loving Empire, 2011
- Dresses, Chemikal Underground, 2013
- Lament for Children EP, Hush Records, 2006
- Trumpets For Paper Children EP, 2009 (Released as free internet download)
- Night Bats EP, Hush Records, 2009
- White Dresses EP, Chemikal Underground 2012
- Blue Lead Fences, 2009
- Wax and wire, 2011
- Loch Lomond: 'A Field Report'
- Lannamann, Ned. "Loch Lomond to Open for Decemberists on Fall Tour". Portland Mercury. Retrieved Sep 2, 2008.
- Rooney, David (30 August 2014). "A villainous troll catcher sets out to eradicate the underclass and join the cheese-eating elite in the latest from the animation house behind 'Coraline' and 'ParaNorman'". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 8 March 2015.