Breno Val - guitar/vocals
Giuliano Kolling - drums, backing vocals
Hometown: London UK
LOST GRAVITY have mixed their main influences into their own unique brand of heavy rock driven by memorable guitar riffs and catchy vocal melodies. Formed in London in summer 2007 by Brazilian guitarist/vocalist Breno Val, the band has recorded and released 3 EPs: Anywhere But Home (2008), Selfish (2009) and Lost Gravity III (2012), and two full length albums: Lost Gravity (2014) and How to Make a Giant (2018). Everything up to this point has been self-financed and self-released by Breno’s own label, Priston Records.
Originally a four piece band, now a power duo, LOST GRAVITY went through many line-up changes in their first few years of existence. Breno is the only original member and continues to be the creative force within the group. His main influences are AC/DC, Metallica and Alice in Chains. Drummer Giuliano Kolling joined the band in 2012 and since then the sound became much stronger and groovier. His main influences are Dream Theater and Rush. Breno and Giuliano met for the first time at a Dream Theater concert at the old Astoria in London back in 2002. In the next two years that followed that first meeting, they played together in two different bands and clicked straight away.
The chemistry and dynamics between Breno and Giuliano is very evident and LOST GRAVITY really come alive on stage. The band has toured the country and played headline shows at London's The Underworld, The Barfly, The Big Red and sold out shows at The Black Heart in Camden Town. They've also played some of the best rock and metal festivals in Hatfield, Luton as well as the famous Camden Rocks Festival in London.
The power duo released their debut album "Lost Gravity" in October 2014 and their second album "How to Make a Giant" in March 2018 which was followed by a tour of Poland, Czech Republic and Ukraine plus a few shows in the UK.
06/07/2019 - Big Red, London
16/08/2019 - TBA
31/08/2019 - Den Fest V, Hatfield
12/10/2019 - St. Moritz Club, London