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The Last Internationale- was formed on the streets of NYC by singer Delila Paz and guitarist Edgey. The band's debut album We Will Reign, produced by Brendan O'Brien, was released in 2014 on Epic Records. The band immediately hit the road andbegan building a steadily growing fanbase worldwide.TLI has toured with acts such as Robert Plant, Neil Young, The Who, Kings of Leon, Slash, Scott Weiland, Weezer, One R epublic, Tom Morello, Lenny Kravitz, Incubus, Royal Blood, and many more. They also played the festivalcircuits in Europe, North America, and South America as well as appearing on T.V shows like David Letterman.In 2015, TLI released a live cover of Mahalia Jackson's I'm Gonna Live the Life I Sing About in My Song on Tom Morello's (Rage Against The Machine) record label, Firebrand Records.

The song immediately went to #1 on the iTunes blues charts in the UK. The Last Internationale recently finished writing and recording their anticipated second album, titled Soul on Fire. On this record the band and evolves the musical style and rebellious poetry that has come to characterize and set them apart from contemporary rock bands. Although TLI has forged a sound that is their own and modern, their music and antiestablishment attitude are more in the tradition of Patti Smith and Gil Scott Heron than anything you hear on the radio today. The new album is scheduled for release in early 2018. The Many Few- Kitchen sink lo fi indie pop with female/male harmonies and vocal sharings over some Smiths meets McCarthy c86 type backing. Some interesting twists and turns. a bit of The Monochrome Set, something of Yeah Yeah No and stuff like that. Fab.

'The Many Few are armchair surrealisms, bizarre and wonderful journeys that touch on the absurdities and question marks of small town life, from which you never quite return' Desert Clouds- moody portentous stuff- I'd call it prog stoner but the vocal comes in more psych/alt. It's a powerful concoction anyway with some good Joy Division ike guitar lines and plenty of Sabbath crumch. Melodic and commercial sounding too. Blissed-Explosive Brit rock with plenty of balls outta Manchester- Pistols like Panzer Division guitars meets a bit of indie scally as you'd probably expect.

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