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One of New York’s finest…

A Place to Bury Strangers (APTBS) had a few things to get off their collective chests to Famous Last Words prior to a rather rip-roaring gig in Oslo, Norway last week. The band’s new album ‘Worship’ is rather fine and definitely continue →

Hearing the presence of something special

New interview with Christel Alsos published today. If you haven’t heard new album ‘Presence’ yet, then it comes highly recommended by the folks at FLW. In addition, Christel Alsos is currently touring throughout Norway. Catch one of the live dates continue →

A Place to Bury Strangers

New York’s A Place to Bury Strangers pulled off a brief, yet blistering set in Olso last night full of white noise and wailing feedback. In addition, the band had a few spare minutes to share a few thoughts on continue →

Beware The Swamp Man…

Kieron McDonald gives FLW a few moments of his time to share his love of rockabilly and proposed plans for this year in our latest interview. Expect more original compositions from the Aussie hepcat in not too long.

New album reviews

FLW has updated its Reviews section with new album releases from Christel Alsos, Razika, Superfamily to name but a few.

Rayne release single ‘Fallen’

Hailing from Sunderland, Rayne release new single ‘Fallen’ (03/03/13). Taken from the band’s debut album ‘The New Enlightenment’, ‘Fallen’ is a compelling first choice with shades of eighties indie guitar rock that is both exhilarating and uplifting in equal measure. continue →

New interview with Delays, and Greg Glibert’s first art exhibition

Check out the new interview with Delays’ Greg and Aaron Gilbert revealing an indepth look at the band’s four albums to date, and current and future plans in terms of the band. In addition, lead vocalist Greg Gilbert has his continue →

New Interviews

Famous Last Words is pleased to announce new interviews with Norway’s Blood Command and long-standing favourites of ours, Delays.

Twitter and Facebook

Famous Last Words (FLW) is now available on Twitter and Facebook where there will be regular updates.

FLW news

After an extremely busy and eventful first week, Famous Last Words (FLW) is proud to announce forthcoming interviews with Blood Command, Delays, Grahame Skinner (Hipsway) to name but a few.

Famous Last Words (FLW) has finally arrived!

The lights at Famous Last Words (FLW) have finally been switched on. It has been an incredible journey to date, taking in many towns and cities, and even a few countries, in order to secure interviews with some very exciting new continue →

FLW Playlist

 

Doubt Mines EP

Terrible Love (Big Scary Monsters)

There seems no cure for the emotions expressed here. Cracked love, open wounds and downright despair is what you’re likely to get when it comes to the latest release from post-hardcore outfit Terrible Love.

 

London Is Trouble (Single)

Sol Heilo (Propeller Recordings)

…any joy that is left to be found can certainly be had via ‘London Is Trouble’ and the impressive manner in which this intimate tale is told .

 

Scale Of Blindness

Benjamin Finger (Eilean Records)

It’s a masterwork, and it’s called ‘Scale Of Blindness’.

 

Retreat (from album The Neon Handshake)

Hell is for Heroes (Chrysalis)

Defiant to the end, Retreat is just one of the highlights from a debut album that is being celebrated this month with a number of live dates.

 

The Long Harvest

Creek Road Eleven (Z-Trading)

Such attention to the finer details has certainly paid off as Creek Road Eleven deliver a ten-track album packed with rollin’ country rock tunes…

 

International Blue (Single)

Manic Street Preachers (Columbia)

Everything in its right place then, the new album should be something worth waiting for.

 

Baksida På Operaen (Single)

Stian Fjelldal (Didelidoo)

It makes for compelling listening, especially given the added teaspoonful of eccentricity that brings to mind Scotland’s Mull Historical Society.

 

Thee DB3

Thee DB3 (Drum Monkey Records)

Thee DB3 are a talented unit with a debut album that is firing on all cylinders.

 

Hiding Places (Single)

Rain On Monday (ROM Music)

…‘Hiding Places’ may be the sound of rainfall yet the sun is also shining.

 

Wolf (Single)

DYLYN (HOME Music Co.)

With a genuine 80s feel coursing through the centre of this new record via moody sounding synths, ‘Wolf’ is not without current reference points regarding its overall sound…

FLW Charts

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