Lost Walks performs Blood Lantern
Lost Walks-project rooted in music, movement, collaboration, and conservation. Partnering with wildlife organizations, the band works to raise awareness, empathy, and action toward protecting wolves and returning them to Colorado.
Lost Walks’ debut album, "Wolf, Woman, Man,"( 2016) tells the story of a couple who moves to a mountain region and ultimately faces challenges from the elements, each other and a lone, injured wolf.
The newest production “Blood Lantern” is a narrative prequel to “Wolf, Woman, Man.” While musically more complex, lyrically, “Blood Lantern” dives deeper into the true implications of wolf reintroduction/conservation. It involves topics like trophic cascade, chronic wasting disease, and the horrific extermination of wolves. “Blood Lantern’s” website unveils songs in acts and scientific data supplied by ecologists working within the field.
Live performances also include film projection, but most notably stand out with a team of dancers, whose choreography enhances and informs the band’s unfurling narrative.
Andy Thomas - vocals/guitar
Cullen Hendrix - drums
Dameon Merkl - vocals
Danny Aranow - lead guitar
David Thomas Bailey - bass
Jen GaNun - vocals/harmonium/choreography
Claire Steeno - dancer/choreography
Laura Morales - dancer/choreography
Sydney Skilken - dancer/choreography
2199 California St, Denver, CO 80205
Entrance: The main entrance for the Ballroom venue is on the southeast side of the building off of California St.; attendees may also use the entrance on 22nd St.
Parking: There is a large paid parking lot just across California St. and street parking
Accessibility: If you have any accessibility needs or concerns, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show