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The Lost Patrol
Launch and Landing
self-released

The Lost Patrol's new album starts with the confident and beautiful "Sirens". It highlights singer Danielle Kimak Stauss' lovely voice and the guitars buzz along nicely. The group's music is sweet and has an edge in the moody atmosphere. "Awol" is a tough yet sweet number that could soundtrack a David Lynch film. Kimak Stauss has the voice to play the chanteuse well.

"Take Me Away" is dreamy and has a neat mood. The Lost Patrol craft impeccable soundscapes and their album is a wonderful listen.

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