Bands To Watch #86: Last Scene Falling

By on Thursday, 19th February 2009 at 12:21 pm

m_4a032235554e946c59a0334c44ea4b35Last Scene Falling are the latest band to be thriving with publicity having published their music on  Their pop/punk sound is growing ever more popular with fans buzzing for the six man rock show. If catchy choruses and melodic leads backed up with a some hard-hitting infectious riffs and clashing symbols is your thing then Last Scene Falling are a must have.

The band are relatively new having formed just a couple of years ago so their achievement and success over this short period of time is testament to their fantastic talent. They’ve already supported the likes of Wheatus and it will not be long till we’re reviewing the band that are supporting Last Scene Falling.

Already the band are creating a catalogue of hits.  “Meet Your Needs” has huge guitar riffs, a solid tempo and some vocals that are simply sublime.  Elsewhere, “Ten Weeks in a Day” cuts out the crap and gets down to some fast paced rock but for me, the stand out track is “Immoral Intent” purely because of its catchy verse and awesome progressiveness.

The band aren’t the most youthful, but it’s refreshing to see some maturity injected into their rock sound which likens them to Foo Fighters. I’m not sure they’ll be stadium fillers just yet but their good enough for Kerrang and BBC radio so they’re most likely good enough for you.

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