Signal Lost began back in the spring of 2002 with the intent to write melodic punk rock. The band played quite frequently in the local bar scene building a loyal fanbase off of their hard work and live shows the band self released an EP in 2004 solidifying their fanbase.
In early 2005, the band parted ways with their lead guitarist shortly after they had parted with their previous name, vertigo. Brandon, Brad & Toby endured as a 3-piece until fall of 2005 when former frontman of local pop punk band, No Dice joined the band on guitar. fusing Jimmy's pop punk backbone with the already established skate punk sound created the signature sounds of Signal Lost, a sound unlike any other central Pennsylvania based band.
Signal Lost has since been playing shows regularly in their hometown scene and continues to draw new fans daily. With their new self released EP, "Blood, Sweat, and Twenty-Five Minute Sets," the band continues to gain momentum that will surely lead this band into success.