The Last Town Chorus
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The Last Town Chorus

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The best kept secret in music



"Mesmerizing songs... Their debut album is a hypnotic wonder" - BBC Collective


"By drenching a staple instrument of Nashville backing bands in delay effects, the duo successfully recreates the rich pop ether of the great 4AD bands in an innovative and organic way" - Dusted Magazine


"While too many local bands garner attention through attitude and looks, others, more discreet, fly below the radar. The Last Town Chorus is one of those others. Its music is quiet, and heavy on lap-steel guitar and twilight ambience. Fortunately for us, the listeners, this is a surer way to our hearts than to the cover of a magazine." - Time Out New York


"Whatever your preconception of electric lap steel guitar, prepare to hear something new and haunting" - Americana UK


"Hickey is blessed with a voice that fuses the authoritative jazz-inflections of Rickie Lee Jones with the heart-melting enchantment of Tara Jane ONeil or Chan Marshall at their most intimate. It's a disarming and enthralling blend...The Last Town Chorus have created a genre all their own." - Comes With a Smile (UK)


"Ever-expanding, and musically evolving the Last Town Chorus play seductive, narcotic music that very well may be a dream come true for folks in a perpetual hypnagogic (trust me folks, it’s a word) state. Take home their self-titled debut CD and waltz around the room as foreplay" - Village Voice


"A debut album that is simply gorgeous" - WFMU


Self-titled debut


Feeling a bit camera shy


The Last Town Chorus haunts Brooklyn, NY. "Their lush yet spare, soaring yet poignant hymns on life are at their core arresting in their beauty and divine in their simplicity" ( Led by Megan Hickey on lapsteel slide guitar and voice, and Nat Guy on guitar, The Last Town Chorus' live performances range from small sets large ensembles. The Last Town Chorus explores the
bittersweet ache of lives torn between towns and cities.