Another new tour announcement? Man we sound like a broken record. 

The only thing we love more than touring.... is more touring. Yet another tour announcement for Sept/Oct 2018! We'll be hitting the road with fellow  Fat label mates The Swinging' Utters, starting in Calgary Canada (fingers crossed) and ending in Kansas City Missouri. Check out their new album "Peace and Love" out Aug 31st on Fat Wreck Chords. Which show will we see you at? Let's take that night, it's ours!

We home but we're looking forward to another tour this month! 

We've all settled in after a fantastic run with Punk In Drublic and a great finale with Punk Rock Bowling. It was a sold out night at the Bunkhouse and we were blown away but all of the support Las Vegas brought to us. We can't wait till we can do it all again. Up next, Street Dogs tour starting in Denver, Colorado!


We've also updated out store with what sizes we have left over from our last tour. Stay tuned and we'll be posting our summer hoodies and new album cover T-shirt for online porches soon.

We're on the road! 

Currently on our way to Fort Worth, Texas for the first date of Punk In Drublic. We cannot wait to share the stage with NOFX, Bad Religion, The Interrupters, and The Mad Caddies. Follow us on Instagram (@thelastgangmusic) for updates and shots from Punk In Drublic. See you on Sunday, everyone!

Tour update 

We've just announced a release of new dates for The Last Gang touring schedule in 2018. Not only are we excited to be invited to our first time on the Punk In Drublic Festival, we'll be on the road June/July with the Street Dogs! Including two club show that will be headlined by legendary Fear! This is shaping up to be a busy spring for TLG. We'll see you out on the road!

Pre-order our debut full length on Fat Wreck Chords is now available 

Head over to to pre-order our debut full length album "Keep Them Counting" that will be out on March 2nd 2018. There will be a limited amount of the album on green vinyl. Just like our green splatter paint 7", these green vinyl will sell out quickly so order yours ASAP! Also, we'll be announcing our official dates with Good Riddance for March real soon. We'll be hitting Vancouver as our farewell end of the tour and it's gonna be rad! See you all out there on the road.



Our splatter paint vinyl is almost gone! 

Head over to to order a copy of our 7" in green and black splatter paint.
These have gone pretty fast and there are only a limited amount left. If you've already
ordered yours, thank you so much for the continued support. See you all out on the road!!!

New and updated TLG store now live and ready!  

Our new and updated TLG store now live and ready! Visit our STORE here on our official
website to get our first run of our Last Gang / Fat Wreck Chords hoodies. Plus the launch
of our 1 inch enable crest pin is active as well. Get yours before we run out!

The Last Gang is now a part of the Fat Wreck Chords family 

We are over the moon to announce that The Last Gang has been picked up by Fat Wreck Chords! Stay tuned
here as more news of tours, music, and all things Last Gang will be announced. Thanks again to all of our fans
who have supported us and helped us along our journey. Cheers!


Read out official Fat Wreck Chords announcement here.


 Our green splatter plate 7 inch vinyl will be out on December 8th. Available for pre-order below.
"Sing For Your Supper" 2 song 7 inch

WE'RE HOME!!!!! 

After an amazing summer, The Last Gang has finally got back into the swing of things 
at home in good ol' So Cali. After going back into the studio to record one more song, at
Maple Sound Studios with Cameron Webb ("Strange Fruit", track name TBD), we will
be announcing it's release eminently. Along with some more details about the official
release of the full length album as well. Stay tuned in and we won't disappoint ;) 
xoxo! TLG

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The Last Gang @ Pyramid Cabaret

Pyramid Cabaret, Winnipeg

The boys are coming back to town on September 23rd with a new LP under their belt. Tickets go on sale August 1 at 10 a.m.

The Last Gang @ Surly Brewing presents Swingin' Utters at The Aquarium

Surly Brewing presents Swingin' Utters at The Aquarium, Fargo, ND

Surly Brewing presents: Swingin' Utters (Fat Wreck Chords) Tuesday, September 25th The Aquarium 226 Broadway Fargo, ND 58102 $13 advance/$15 doors Support TBA Tickets available online now! Bio: While its origin story has gone through more reboots than Batman, Superman and Spider-Man combined, punk rock has been a consistent presence on the musical landscape for more than 40 years. You might be surprised to know, however, that the Swingin’ Utters have been around for nearly as long —the band celebrated their 30th anniversary with a greatest-hits collection last year. Hell, this Bay Area street-punk band is so well-respected among their peers, there’s even a whole tribute compilation dedicated to their extensive catalog, including covers by the likes of Dropkick Murphys, Fucked Up and Teenage Bottlerocket. Since that comp came out in 2010, the Utters have issued three more full-lengths, each more fiery than the last, and now sit on the verge of releasing their ninth proper LP. Recorded at Nu-Tune Studios in Pittsburg, California, this past March by Chris Dugan (Green Day, Iggy Pop), the album is titled Peace And Love, but don’t let that fool you: This isn’t some Haight and Ashbury hippie shit. In fact, according to guitarist/vocalist Darius Koski, Peace And Love’s content is as politically outspoken as the Utters have ever been. “This is, by far, our absolutely most political record we’ve ever done,” Koski says. “We don’t generally write very pointedly political songs. We tend to be a little more vague and abstract. But this one is pretty pointedly disgusted and pissed off and really directly attacking these fuckin’ people in office.” “I agree it is our most political record,” remarks singer Johnny Bonnel. “When sexism, racism and nationalism is the agenda, it’s time to speak up.” Peace And Love certainly pulls no lyrical punches — we’ll give you three guesses as to who “Yes I Hope He Dies” is about, and the first two don’t count — but the Utters also keep things interesting from a musical perspective, whether it’s the Ramones worship of “E.C.T.” (think of it as the long-gestating counterpoint to “Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment”), the surprisingly melodic, Beatles-esque “Seeds Of Satisfaction” (which Koski lovingly refers to as his “surf-goth song”) or the gorgeous, haunting closing track H.L.S., written and performed by guitarist/vocalist Jack Dalrymple and inspired by the sudden death of his former One Man Army bandmate Heiko Schrepel, who passed away in 2015. “Jack actually emailed me that song several years ago, right after Heiko died,” Koski recalls. “Immediately, I knew this is the last song on the record. My only suggestion was that it started with him acoustic, then the band joins in. You don’t really hear Jack that naked ever. That song gives me chills when I hear it.” The rebellious spirit of the Swingin’ Utters is as present as ever on Peace And Love, although the band looks and sounds a little bit different this time around, thanks to their new rhythm section of Tony Teixeira on bass and Luke Ray on drums. “Both Luke and Tony are stellar musicians who study their work,” says Bonnel. “Luke has amazing ability, but all his drumming is tasteful—it’s never overkill. Tony managed to come up with classic bass lines that made every song a little bit stronger.” Koski echoes Bonnel’s praise, commenting, “We love having these new dudes in the band. Tony is a really melodic, pretty player, whereas Luke is a fucking monster. Tony and Luke are best friends, and they’ve been playing together for years in other bands like Cobra Skulls and Sciatic Nerve, so that really helps.” It’s been four years since the Utters’ last full-length, so all three songwriters in the band had a stockpile of material when they headed into the studio. That means what you’re getting on Peace And Love is the cream of the crop. “We usually abandon songs if we think they’re shitty or filler,” Koski admits. “I still have tons of songs; Johnny does too. But we try not to make records super-long.” Given that the last time the Utters came off a prolonged hiatus, the band ended up cranking out three full-lengths in four years, one has to wonder if Peace And Love is going to be the start of another extended burst of creativity for these punk lifers. Koski isn’t thinking that far ahead, though. In fact, he finds it hard to even enjoy the present. Even though his band has achieved three decades and nine albums together—two feats nearly impossible for most bands—Koski wrestles with his legacy a bit. “We just keep on going,” he says. “I’m glad we’re still doing it. Johnny’s 50; I’m in my late 40s. I don’t think anything particularly new is gonna happen—we’re not gonna be on TRL any time soon. That’s fine. It’s a total accomplishment to stay together this long, but I’m a total pessimist. I should be totally grateful—and I am! But it’s hard to be a plumber when you wanna be a full-time musician. But wah wah wah—I still get paid to travel and play my songs all over the world. I’m not a millionaire, but who cares? I get to make records, and someone out there cares about them.”
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