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The Out Last Knights

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LIVE REVIEW- RADIO CITY- 27th NOV/08- RECESSION EP LAUNCH "It's all about smoking and joking around, but this band don't mess about. They got straight into the set with the new songs from their Recession EP and there was no cutbacks in the sound that pumped out of the band - it was full of colour and some very interesting grooves. One tune that really caught my ears on the night was Majority... it was clean cut with a mean southern blues feel from the tone, with a hint of earl 90's grunge... this would be an area the band should look more into, great gig and stage presence was top form." Rank : ***** 5 out of 6 - Trevor Halpin, Musicreview magazine -


Recession EP - November 2008.
Lock Me Up/The Mundanities (Double A-side) - due out early May 2009.



Formed at the dawn of 2008, hewn out of igneous alternative rock, The Out Last Knights have been intensively living, cooking and jamming together in the leafy Dublin suburb of Stoneybatter for the last year. Ridiculously eager, hopelessly naive, but strangely talented, the band have been belting out the songs around Dublin over the last few months to a happy and curious public, maybe just a little bored of the indie-by-numbers brigade. Arising from Kerry, Kilkenny and of course the birthplace of the blues, Tuam, the Out Last Knights serve a four-course meal of unpretentious alternative rock, singing about anything that comes to mind, whether it be the simple experience of just walking down the street or faux-philosophical attempts at glimpsing the very foundations of our universe. The current climate of joblessness has been a great friend of TOLK, contributing some much-needed artistic space and time in their westinnercity enclave for the researching, writing and recording of the spritely debutante "Recession EP" , which was released at the tailend of November 2008. New songs are freshly recorded this Spring, and a potential double A-side is both at hand and afoot. Its launch is the most eagerly-awaited since that of Apollo 11 - the very idea of it brings a glint of hope to an increasing number of recession-saddened punters across the land, whose glance now turns dreamy when they're asked that ultimate inane question: "were y'out last night?"