Lost Romance Donates Track To Sandy Relief Digital Compilation w/ Real Estate, Nicole Atkins, La Sera, The Everymen & more.

November 19th, 2012 – Lost Romance is extremely proud to be part of this amazing digital benefit compilation for those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Put together by our friend Mike V in The Everymen, we donated our track “Top Of The World” recorded live at The Saint which is one of Asbury Park’s most notable venues. 52 songs for $5! with 100% of proceeds going to the American Red Cross. Featuring Real Estate, Nicole Atkins, Those Mockingbirds, La Sera and more!!


“Hey Sandy, We’re Still Here” is a rock and roll benefit featuring bands from near and far, all of whom have some connection to the areas affected by Sandy.Among its dozens of tracks, Hey Sandy features a new song from Shark River Hill’s Nicole Atkins, a b-side from Ridgewood’s Real Estate, a never-before-heard track by Jersey City’s American Watercolor Movement, a song from La Sera (aka Kickball Katy), an early interview of a young Neil Hamburger by a pre-Best Show (and one of Jersey’s favorite sons) Tom Scharpling, a brand new song from Tuckerton’s The Everymen, a new track from Bayonne’s Cold Fur which boasts former members of Rye Coalition, songs from Those Mockingbirds, Cinema Cinema, pow wow!, Holy City Zoo and I Am The Heat, along with contributions from bands and artists from all across New Jersey, New York and Connecticut. We even went bi-coastal and scored a track from Los Angeles indie rockers NO.

For a minimum donation of $5 (after $5, it’s pay what you want with absolutely no maximum) you can get all the songs on this compilation, with your donation going straight to the American Red Cross.

Visit http://theeverymen.bandcamp.com/album/hey-sandy-were-still-here-a-hurricane-benefit to purchase.

Please help out, donate, enjoy and most importantly, spread the word.