We will be doing one last record and close the final chapter of A Loss For Words journey at the end of 2015. We will announce more in detail the next few days as we gather our thoughts on how to even attempt to explain our love for this band and the support you have all given us. It's hard to show how grateful we truly are! Stay tuned. We plan on making 2015 the best year this bands ever seen!
Really sad to hear this. These guys caught my attention back in 2011 when they opened for In Fear & Faith and then they were probably my favorite Warped set of 2012, playing to a crowd of about 20 people at 11:15 in the morning. It didn't matter that it was such a small crowd, they all played their hearts out and Matty jumped the barricade to head to their merch tent immediately after. I've never met a nicer group of guys. It's a huge shame to hear but I hope they manage to tour a lot in the next year.
These guys were real good friends in my pop-punk band days. They'd always come to our little college town, crash at our house a couple of days and play our little DIY venues (this is all right around/before The Kids Can't Lose). Great dudes... hope at least a few of them move onto other projects.
Love AL4W and sad, yet not surprised to see this. The kids can't lose was one of my first pop punk albums that got me into the genre. I remember discovering these dudes and branching out and discovering other bands like this time next year, transit and man overboard. It's so sad to see all the bands i started out music with slowly breaking up (swellers, SYG, PBC probably soon) as they get a bit older and move onto starting families and lives back home. Matty's vocals are still among the best in the scene and I'll miss these dudes dearly. See ya in boston bros.