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Last Dinosaurs Million Years National Tour

Last Dinosaurs’ Melbourne show this week is completely sold out, but just in case you missed out the band have announced a much more sweeping set of national dates for April, including stopovers at regional centers and playing generally larger venues throughout most of Australia. This announcement follows the big news that the band’s debut album, ‘In A Million Years’, will be released in the UK on renowned label Fiction, also known for the likes of the Kaiser Chiefs and Crystal Castles. The tour details are below.

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Last Dinosaurs Interview

Last year was a decent one for Brisbane band Last Dinosaurs. They recorded their debut album, played with some huge international bands, watched their songs accrue over a million views on Youtube, and toured a little bit as well. With the aforementioned debut album, ‘In A Million Years’, due for release within a month and a UK tour ahead, 2012 is poised pretty damn nicely for them as well. I had a chat with lead singer Sean Caskey ahead of the album launch tour, but mostly we just ended up talking about the past and the future.

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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.

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