From left to right:
Aapo Lindberg (bass), Emily Leone (vocals & violin), Miika Haavisto (guitars),
Harri Koskela (vocals & keyboards), Joonas Pykälä-aho (drums), Anne Lill (vocals)
LOST IN GREY was founded back in 2013 and released their theatrical debut album "THE GREY REALMS" via NoiseArt Records in March 2017. The Finnish sextet around front man Harri Koskela is inspired by symphonic and folk Metal, but also by film soundtracks and the beautiful nature of the North. LOST IN GREY succeeded in creating a breathtaking work of art that keeps listeners under its spell from first to last second.
High quality compositions that cannot be beaten in terms of dramaturgy, the usual Metal instrumentation, and most important keyboard and violin make “The Grey Realms” an experience that will not be forgotten. Divided into three chapters, not unlike the classical stage play, LOST IN GREY knit a complex story about Lillian, a woman trying to escape the cruelty in the world and getting to a paradise like place, The Grey Realms.
Telling the story, Harri Koskela (also keyboard), Emily Leone (also violin) and lyricist Anne Lill Rajala play the characters within the story and bring a very own touch to it through their diverse voice talents. Witness the unbelievable talent of each and every one band member in three acts, making this extraordinary debut album a diverse and at the same time unique experience.
LOST IN GREY are without doubt one of the most promising newcomers within the last years, electrifying their audiences through their suspense packed story and the terrific sound setting. Find yourself at the edge of your seat when you join protagonist Lillian on her way into the Grey Realms, and journey with her into a world in which Good and Evil come in various shades of grey and where Truth and Lie are difficult to tell apart. Listen to a piece of art whose lyrical concept becomes an inseparable union with the musical compositions and all graphics around the album, showing the talent and commitment of each of the band's members.