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Last Dinosaurs ‘Zoom’

If I’m completely honest, when I first saw Brisbane band Last Dinosaurs live I would have never in a million years predicted that the group would go on to be as big as they are now. That’s not to say that they were bad live, far from it in fact, but rather that they played to one of the smallest crowds I’ve ever seen at a gig, consisting of mostly “friends and family” as the band themselves put it. Plus me and a mate. But, to their credit, the band really do look poised to make it big rather soon, and their latest single Zoom demonstrates why perfectly.

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming debut album ‘In A Million Years’, which is due out February 2012. It was mixed in the UK by Eliot James, the same person responsible for mixing some of your favourite Two Door Cinema Club and Noah And The Whale tunes. It’s hardly surprising then that it sounds polished and very, very smooth. The band have also clearly learned a lot over the last year, which saw them play at the biggest music festivals in Australia, including a rather memorable Splendour In The Grass set featuring a lot of blown up condoms (don’t ask). Good stuff.

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