Lost in Los Angeles

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Lost in Los Angeles
LiLA Band Photo.jpg
From left to right: Clark Souter, Eddie Deering, Danny Klein, Iajhi Hampden
Background information
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Alternative rock
Years active 2006–present
Labels

Spark Farm Records

Cartel Records
Website www.lostinlosangeles.com
Members Danny Klein
Eddie Deering
Clark Souter
Iajhi Hampden

Lost in Los Angeles (LiLA) is an indie and alternative rock music band formed in Los Angeles, California in 2006. They received the 35th Annual Telly Award in New York City for Best Music Video, "Million Stars" which aired on MTV, VH1, and Spike.[1][2][3]

Radio Appearances[edit]

2013 - Live Acoustic On-Air iHeartRadio Set WRFF 104.5 FM Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2013 - Live Acoustic On-Air Set WJSE 106.3 FM North Cape May, New Jersey

2013 - Live Acoustic On-Air Set KX 93.5 FM Laguna Beach, California

2013 - Live Acoustic On-Air Set KCXX 103.9 FM Riverside, California

TV Appearances[edit]

2010 - Jimmy Kimmel Live! Los Angeles, California – Lost in Los Angeles, lead singer Danny Klein co-wrote the song “Mesmerized” with Grammy-winning Chicago rapper, Really Doe which they performed live on the Jimmy Kimmel Live!.[4]

2012 - The Artie Lange Show New York City, New York – Lost in Los Angeles front man, lead singer Danny Klein co-wrote the song “Escape” with Brooklyn rapper, Josh Baze and performed the song live on The Artie Lange Show formerly the Nick & Artie Show.[5]

2013 - Lost in Los Angeles, lead singer Danny Klein was featured on the soundtrack for MTV's American hybrid reality television series The Show with Vinny Episode 9 [6]

2013 - Lost in Los Angeles, lead singer Danny Klein was featured on the soundtrack for VH1's reality television series Black Ink Crew Episode 9 [7]

iTunes Billboard Chart[edit]

2013 - Lost in Los Angeles, lead singer Danny Klein collaborated with label-mate and rapper Really Doe on the track “Mesmerized” on Doe’s 2009 record “First Impressions” which debuted at #6 on the iTunes Hip Hop/Rap charts.[8][9]

Interviews[edit]

2013 - Nylon Guys Magazine – The exclusive video premiere and interview for “Because of You” on Nylon Guys Magazine received over 100,000 views online in its first weekend.[10]

2013 - Local Music Vibe – Leading up to the release of the single “Because of You” Lost in Los Angeles was interviewed by Local Music Vibe.[11]

2013 - Artistdirect – Lost in Los Angeles front man Danny Klein was interviewed about his single "Daybreak" which was featured in Artist Direct.[12]

2013 - The Surf Channel – Lost in Los Angeles plays at a Los Angeles Art Show with professional surfer and musician Bradley Gerlach.[13]

2014 - Popdust Magazine – Lost in Los Angeles partnered with Popdust Magazine for the “Cloud City” album premiere which was featured exclusively with Popdust to premiere their single “Cloud City,” which was previously released on iTunes.[14][15]

Concert Tours[edit]

2013 - JVC Mobile Entertainment Plugged-In U.S. Tour – The five-week national tour covered 28 cities across the United States. Lost in Los Angeles toured with bands ‘Girl on Fire’ and ‘AngelsFall'.[16]

2013 - East Coast Radio & Club Tour - The band took a mini-tour to the east coast tri-state area New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia. The band performed at various radio stations and played shows at Fontana’s Club in New York City, The Hard Rock in Philadelphia and Mexicali Live in Teaneck, New Jersey.

2014 - SXSW 2014 - The band went on the road performing a string of five shows at South By Southwest, Austin, TX.[17]

Record Labels[edit]

2013 - Spark Farm Records

2007 - 2013 - Griffin Guess, Cartel Records [18]

Lost in Los Angeles: Cloud City Single Cover

Albums[edit]

2014 - LOVE IS FATE (Forthcoming LP)

2014 - CLOUD CITY (SINGLES & B-SIDES) [19]

2013 - BURNIN (December Sessions Remix)

2013 - BECAUSE OF YOU (RADIO EDIT & B-SIDES) [11]

2013 - THE HOVERING (EP)

2012 - DAYBREAK (Single) [20]

2010 - LILA (LP) [21]

Awards & Accolades[edit]

2006 - 35th Annual Telly Award Winner for Best Music Video, Million Stars [1][2]

References[edit]

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