Last Laugh Lane connects the rock impressions across space and time. It’s a collage of sorts, spruced with color, contours, dimension, texture, details, emotion, apathy, and atmosphere. They explore it all with boundless references to icons like The Beatles, Arctic Monkeys, The Who, AC/DC, REM, and Led Zeppelin. Like a smorgasbord of rock that you cannot turn away from. Their latest single is ‘Dreamland’ which is a whirl of garage rock, progressing into deeper ambits of punk, hard rock, and blues. It’s incredible how they transform genres by leveraging rhythmic pulses, textural ambiguity, and free melodies. There’s always room left for improvisation and innovation. 

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It’s their brand of magic. The vocals are a surreal plane of blues with rising undertones of pop ballads. It is enriched with spontaneous harmonies as if dropped into Queen’s soundscape. The riffs and grooves are ostensibly rigid but they span into a continuum, evolving at every turn, in emotion and substance. All the grunge comes mixed with punk and hard rock : a Nickelback make that is magnificently liberated in the bridge leading to the climax. Listen Now! 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to ‘Dreamland’ by Last Laugh Lane here –