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LAST DINOSAURS ANNOUNCE ALBUM LAUNCH TOUR

LAST DINOSAURS ANNOUNCE ALBUM LAUNCH TOUR

Hotly-tipped Brisbane indie-pop group Last Dinosaurs have announced a quick run of shows next month to launch their debut album.

‘In A Million Years,’ the first full-length record from the band, will be launched with shows in Melbourne and Sydney, before finishing with a hometown gig in Brisbane on the night before the album is officially released.

Last Dinosaurs had a bumper 2011, supporting the likes of Foals and The Grates, and saw their infectious single ‘Zoom’ score massive airplay on Triple J and Channel V. They are about to support Foster The People on their sold-out Aussie tour. Expect big things from this Brisbane band in 2012!

Click here to check out Groupie’s Instagram diary of the band’s recording process, with some words from frontman Sean talking about tracking ‘In A Million Years’ at Big Jesus Burger in Sydney.

“It was probably the best experience of my life,” he said. “[We] would ride our bikes across the Harbour Bridge, into the city and into the studio, and then we’d get straight into recording.”

Last Dinosaurs, ‘In A Million Years’ album launch
February 28: The Toff, Melbourne
w/ ThemSwoops

February 29: Spectrum, Sydney
w/ Toucan

March 1: Cobra Kai @ Oh Hello, Brisbane
w/ The Jungle Giants

 

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