On September 14th 2018 at the South Bank's Queen Elizabeth Hall (newly refurbished and open again now after exactly 3 years) Lost Horizons' acclaimed album Ojalá will played LIVE in full for the first and probably only time ever with an amazing array of the album's original featured singers, including Tim Smith in his first live performance since his last show with Midlake in 2012, Ghostpoet, Marissa Nadler, Liela Moss (The Duke Spirit), Soffie Viemose (Lowly), Hazel Wilde (Lanterns On The Lake), Cameron Neal (Horse Thief) Hilang Child, Bethany Cannon, Phil McDonnell and Gemma Dunleavy.
Lost Horizons is the new musical project of former–Cocteau Twin and Bella Union boss Simon Raymonde and Richie Thomas of early 4AD figureheads Dif Juz. Their debut album Ojalá came out in November last year, was Album Of The Month in Rough Trade's Album Club, BBC6Music Album of the Day, and with a string of sell out shows, the band will be busy throughout 2018 playing a number of high profile festivals.
The QEH show however is a real one-off. What seemed an impossible and unlikely task, bringing all these singers from around the globe together for one special night, is now a reality, and the Queen Elizabeth Hall is the perfect setting for such a moment.