The Last Exposure are set to release their third single The Boys, following the success of their debut single Echo and follow up single Human last year. The Boys was recorded and produced at Jungle Studios in Sydney by Lachlan Mitchell and was written by the band as an anthem designed to encourage others to be themselves.
The band has been playing Sydney venues non-stop since its inception in 2015, in their life span they've had the pleasure of supporting Hands like Houses, Columbus, Stellar Addiction, BANDINTEXAS, Camp Cope and Philadelphia’s Cayetana.
With the release of their third single, they will be taking their music on an east coast tour starting in Sydney on August 31 at Brighton Up Bar and heading as far north as Brisbane.
What I love about these guys is that they have a really positive message to share and are not afraid to say what they think. Even the band’s name The Last Exposure is designed to be a banner for self-confidence and self-respect. The band’s singer Chelsea says, "It’s about giving all you've got and loving yourself for it."
See The Last Exposure live as part of their east coast tour at Rad Bar Wollongong on September 15.
Glenn Haworth runs Haworth's Music Centres in Shellharbour and Fairy Meadow specialising in musical instrument sales, repairs and tuition. For more information visit www.haworthguitars.com.au