Formed in London in 2001, The Ghost of Lemora have risen to the top of the pile in UK alternative scene with a heady mix of glam, post-punk and dark rock. Since their debut album, "Reach For The Ground", in 2004. The band have built a sizable following with headline slots at Camden Underworld, The Spitz, and countless venues across the country. Support slots include The Damned, The Gathering, Clan of Xymox and labelmates Inkubus Sukkubus. "Dread the Day" and "To the Gods that Walk Amongst Us" proved to be huge dancefloor hits in Germany which led to successful European live dates. They are on constant rotation on Sky music channel Rockworld TV and have had various appearances including Radio 1 and Totalrock Radio. The Ghost of Lemora have received rave reviews and featured in some of the scenes leading magazines, both home and abroad. Tracks from their EP and debut album have appeared on several compilations worldwide. Most recently "Kissing the Plague" features on the movie soundtrack to "Vampire Diaries". 2007 sees the release of their eagerly awaited second album. Produced by Reza Udhin of the legendary Killing Joke, Lemora have surpassed their outstanding debut with "Happy End of the World". Eclectic influences ranging from Sparks to The Stranglers via Scott Walker and Queens of the Stone Age have created a unique album of 14 classic tracks.