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Dream Brother Arrive At FLW

Dream Brother & Debut Album It’s here! Famous Last Words (FLW) is proud to announce our latest interview with Dream Brother. The band’s lead vocalist and guitarist, Samuel Sjöman talked at great length with FLW about the long road to continue →

Red Light Runner Return

Back For A Second Time Kent-based Red Light Runner made a return to the music scene with recent release, and double A-side single, ‘Just Might Find / Lucky Thirteen’. Picking up on just how good this quartet sounds after a continue →

Monster Jaw With New EP

Basement Sessions EP & Tour For Monster Jaw It’s back to basics for Monster Jaw as they prepare themselves for new EP release ‘Basement Sessions’. By taking a less is more approach to their forthcoming release, Monster Jaw got to continue →

New Single & Album For Danny & The Champs!

What Kind Of Love Danny & The Champions of the World are on the verge of a comeback after successful campaigns with ‘Stay True’ and follow up ‘Live Champs!’ long players. With a fifth album in the offing, ‘What Kind continue →

Fresh Tour For Inherit The Stars

On The Road Again Inherit The Stars will be heading out on the road today (27/03/15) to start a thirteen-date tour of the UK that concludes 12th April in Cambridge. The tour has been given the heading Beyond The Beacons continue →

Benjamin Finger & Pleasurably Lost

New Video & Album Ready! Benjamin Finger releases new music video directed by Mathias Van Eecloo to support the forthcoming album release ‘Pleasurably Lost’. There is a notable increase in the usage of vocals for this latest music video, which continue →

On A Mission With Scout Killers

Standing Their Ground Scout Killers is the latest interview at Famous Last Words (FLW). It was a proud moment to speak with the Bath-based band who has recently released their five-track EP ‘Stand Your Ground’. With much activity coming their continue →

Out In Arizona

New Single For Mylets Mylets releases new single ‘Arizona’ on Sargent House, with a full-length album set to follow on the 20th April 2015. ‘Arizona’ follows up previous single release, ‘Trembling Hands’, with both taken from the forthcoming album. Mylets continue →

Needs With Debut Album

New Album & Tour Dates For NEEDS Setting the promotional wheels in motion for their forthcoming album is Vancouver’s NEEDS. With it being the band’s first album, this imminent self-titled release sees another single issued by the name of ‘The continue →

Inflated Balloons

New EP From Graham Candy New Zealander Graham Candy sees the release of his debut EP under the heading ‘Holding Up Balloons’. Having relocated to Germany, Graham Candy has set in motion a long held vision of writing and recording continue →

Bright Like The Sun

Creating A Big Sound Hailing from San Antonio, Bright Like The Sun is gearing up for the release of their eponymously titled second album. ‘White Lights’ is the first single to be released from the forthcoming album and showcases the band’s continue →

Running The Red Light

It’s Lucky Thirteen For Red Light Runner Having been together since 2006 before disbanding in 2008, the decision was made to resurrect Kent-based Red Light Runner. Back with a brand new double A single crammed full of pop and post-punk continue →

FLW Playlist

The Centennial Collection

Strange Fruit ( from album The Centennial Collection)

Billie Holiday (Sony Music CMG)

A deeply haunting song with a masterful choice of words reflecting the problems of racial discrimination from America’s past.



Strong Addiction (Inverse Records)

Magnificent in so many ways, Strong Addiction combine emotional lyrics and powerful vocals with an industrial and indie rock sound in the form of Anesthesia.

My Howl

My Howl

Fanny Mae & The Dynamite Believers (Enviken)

A nice touch of eccentricity is creeping into their set as Fanny Mae & The Dynamite Believers deliver the goods via strong vocals and knockout brass.

What Kind of Love

What Kind Of Love (single)

Danny & The Champions of the World (Loose Music)

Danny & the Champions of the World bring the love with first taster from forthcoming new album, What Kind of Love.



Bertine Zetlitz (Sony Music Norway)

Showing signs of a new direction, but clinging on to elements of her electro pop past, Bertine Zetlitz makes the right decision to continue her musical journey.

Just Might Find Lucky Thirteen

Just Might Find / Lucky Thirteen

Red Light Runner (Engineer Records)

Although a comeback, this double A-side is a first for FLW, and what an impression they made!



Whipping Boy (Columbia)

Personal and poetic lyrics set to a robust shoegaze sound that still resonates loudly after all these years.

Strangers To Ourselves

Strangers To Ourselves

Modest Mouse (Columbia)

Residing in a world of their own, Modest Mouse produce a fine album after quite a few years absence.

Rockin' Bonnie + The Starliters

Cause of You…Two Cats (EP)

Rockin' Bonnie & The Mighty Ropers + The Starliters (El Toro)

There is no outright winner here as both acts deliver in style, and complement each other with a variety of honky tonk, rockabilly and western swing.

Her Foreign Language

Her Foreign Language

Matthau Mikojan (Inverse Records)

It’s a little bit Bowie, a little bit Rolling Stones and really rather good.

FLW Charts

Blues, Country & Folk

  • Fia Sco & The Majestics You're My Sugar (Rhythm Bomb)
  • Frøkedal I See You (Propeller Recordings)
  • Bluegrass Stuff The Old Bridge (El Toro)
  • Kat Edmonson The Big Picture (Sony Music)
  • Kjell Reianes Ringer I Vatn (CMM Music)


  • Tenement Bruised Music Volume One (Grave Mistake Records/Toxic Pop Records)
  • Monster Jaw Losing All My Friends EP (Cobra Kitten Records/Code 7)
  • Thåström Den Morronen (Sony Music Norway)
  • Micky Ekko Time  (Sony Music)
  • Craig Ward & Radboud Mens  The Drive To Taxonomy (Jezus Factory)


  • Manny Jr. & The Cyclones Rockabilly Girl  (El Toro)
  • It's A Scream!!! Various Artists (El Toro)
  • Brioles Hit The Floor With... (El Toro)
  • The Shadowmen True Love Highway (Rhythm Bomb)
  • Spo-Dee-O-Dee Drinkin Wine (Rhythm Bomb)
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