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After writing demos on their successful run on Warped Tour 2013, Architects UK (whose lineup includes chief songwriter Tom
Searle on guitars, keyboards, his twin brother Dan on drums, Sam Carter on lead vocals, and Alex Dean on bass) took to Studio
Fredman in the Swedish city of Gothenburg in the middle of the sunlight-starved winter. Working with producers Fredrik Nordström
and Henrik Udd (both known for their work with Bring Me the Horizon and chosen largely because weve always been
big fans of how massive their records sound, according to Sam), Architects UK spent a month living in the studio so
that they could record whenever inspiration hit. Lost Forever, Lost Together is the follow up to their 2012 release on Century
On Lost Forever, Lost Together the band artfully weaves in ambient elements that sometimes verge on gauzy and dreamlike. Fans
will notice the band deepen their blend of brutal, thundering metal and melody-spiked hardcore with heavier riffs and intricate
arrangements inspired by This Will Destroy You, and even artists unlikely such as Sigur Ros. With lyrical content delving
into everything from the Fukushima nuclear disaster to Toms recent bout with skin cancer, Lost Forever, Lost Together
artfully delivers an emotional charge thats both devastating and glorious.
As for the album title Architects UK borrowed a lyric from the track Youth Is Wasted on the Young." As Tom Searle poignantly
states, were all lost. Everyones just trying to find their place, and hopefully well all get there