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Eleanore & the Lost is the creation of British singer and songwriter, Eleanore, composer of symphonic folk rock music with gothic elements, deep in the beautiful English Surrey Hills.

Compared to Kate Bush, Evanescence and other distinctive artists (perhaps due to Eleanore’s ethereal 4 octave vocal range), the music takes you on a journey from delicate, magical fantasy to epic, dark rock.

Eleanore launched her debut album, ‘Parlour Game’, in November 2009 to rave reviews. In the interim, as well as promoting the first album, Eleanore has composed for three independent films, and was commissioned in 2011 by the international charity The Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) to compose the theme song for their 50th anniversary. She’s also had airplay and performed on many radio stations including BBC Radio London and BBC Radio Berkshire and has been interviewed by a range of publications. Eleanore is currently working on the production of the last songs from second album, ‘The Gift’.

Audiences have often commented about the ‘stunning’ live performances on stage, where Eleanore is joined by her exciting live band that consists of David Burt, Jake Perrett, Mike Chapman and Sharon Wells. The band’s talents are also featured on both albums.

“The awesome vocal might and musical presence of Eleanore & the Lost are unleashed! Eleanore, a Kate Bush-like vocalist stole the show and certainly uplifted the audience, evident by standing ovations at the end.”

Pete Rann, Royal Borough Observer, Windsor Festival