Lostprophets release The Betrayed

Lostprophets have released their fourth studio album The Betrayed. ‘The Betrayed’ was recorded in several locations and studios in Los Angeles, with a few false starts where the band scrapped various recordings with different producers.  Eventually, a trip back to their native Wales and original rehearsal rooms in Cardiff saw the group re-invigorated and energised and on their return to the US things came together quickly.  Bassist Stuart Richardson took on production and mixing duties (alongside Justin Hopfer with whom he’d previously worked with on Welsh rock act Attack Attack) for the first time and the band have created their most ambitious and accomplished album to date.

The band recently released the video for Where We Belong in which you can view the video below with the video for It’s Not the End of the World, But I Can See It from Here:

Where We Belong

It’s Not the End of the World, But I Can See It from Here


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