Texture, emotion, and crushing sound, this is The Last Glimpse. It's a project about capturing a feeling, and the band does so expertly. Old friends and band mates Steve Krug and Jeffrey Loder began by playing acoustic shows in the Midwest and graduated to recording songs in Loder's private recording studio. What began as a small project gradually became something more, and within a few months' time they were recording demos of completely new material with a different sound. Largely influenced by 90's space rock pioneers HUM and melodic masters Jimmy Eat World, The Last Glimpse isn't afraid to be experimental but doesn't stray too far from what makes pop music great. With two accomplished singer / songwriters working together to craft the basics, vocal texture and harmony weave seamlessly with huge guitars and drums, making the band's sound massive, dynamic, and melodic. From the contrast of the tender lyrics and wall of sound in 'A Moment Past,' or the swirling phased guitar in 'Lies and Liars,' to the catchy pop of 'Seven Days' and 'Should I Be Sad,' The Last Glimpse takes you to places you want to go. Not only are they a must listen, but they're a band you'll want to hear again. [+]
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