The band pay homage to long-time Cruel Sea member.
Lost Ragas have been creating psychedelic-tinged country rock since 2013 and have established themselves firmly in the Australian music scene.
Their latest single, ‘Where James Once Played’, was written and recorded in the memory of James Cruickshank, the guitarist and keyboardist of The Cruel Sea, the ARIA-winning indie rock band formed in Sydney in the late 1980s. Cruickshank died in October last year from cancer.
The single has a B-side, a cover of ‘I’ll Be Gone’ from another Aussie indie band Spectrum, featuring Spectrum singer-songwriter Mike Rudd.
Lost Ragas have been be touring to promote their double, wth shows still to come in Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide and Sydney.
Lost Ragas will play The Union Hotel on Saturday November 12.