Live stream July 3rd 

Tonight! July 3rd! We will be doing a live steam tonight on our Facebook at 10:40pm pacific standard time! Tune in for some fun! #thelastgang #livestream #live#facebook #fender #lovecustomdrums 
#ernieball #remo #zildjian#marshallamps #ampeg 
📷: @kingrockphoto @99percentmagazine

 

U.K. TOUR DATES W/ TURBULENT HEARTS ANNOUNCED!!! 

For the first time ever, The Last Gang is headed to the U.K. with fellow female fronted ass kickers Turbulent Hearts (Suzi Moon of Civet). The "Road To Rebellion" tour kicks of this July. With The Last Gang playing the infamous R.I.S. Introducing Stage at Rebellion Fest Friday August 5th. And Turbulent Hearts on August 6th. Don't miss these shows U.K.!!! Big thanks to Headcheck Records for putting this all together. See you all across the pond! Oi!

New music available for purchase via downloads 

OUT NOW!!!!!!! New TLG songs are available to buy via download thru CD Baby and
ITunes (more sites TBA). Featuring our 2 songs from our "The Split" EP plus an
UNRELEASED B-SIDE BONUS TRACK "I'm The Disease"!!!!!! Visit the CD Baby link
at www.cdbaby.com/cd/thelastgang or your ITunes store to purchase. 

#thelastgang #cdbaby #imthedisease #thesplit #splitep #newmusic #punk #lastgang 
#diy #joanjett #rancid #thedistillers

New t-shirt now available on line!!!! 

Never released before online, TLG "Faces" t-shirt is now available for order! These were only available to by live at the TLG merch booth. But now these babies can be shipped anywhere. Visit The Last Gang's online store and get one before they run out!
 

thelastgang.com/store


TLG's official worldwide premier of the DIY music video of "Believe In The Poet" (demo) 

Here it is!!!! The Last Gang's official worldwide premier of the DIY music video of "Believe In The Poet" (demo). Thanks to all who have supported us since our re-establishment in 2013. It's been an incredible couple of years and we hope you stay along for the ride for the next few. We are excited to release our new album "Salvation For Wolves" in 2017. We love you all and can't imaging where we'd be without you. There are a few dates lined up for November where you can catch "Believe In The Poet" live. We hope to see you at the shows! 

Please share and help out your local music scene 
Xoxoxo!!! 

Nov 10th - Yuma 
Nov 12th - Las Vegas 
Nov 18th - Anaheim 

https://youtu.be/zGFK-74HwFw 

#thelastgang #salvationforwolves #believeinthepoet #diy #vegaspunks
#yumapunks #anaheimpunks #hooligansunited #rancid #smelvis #hellcat

"The Split" EP out now! 

TLG has been workaholics this month and the 19th felt like it just crept up on us. Whoa! We almost forgot to announce our latest EP "The Split" has been officially released. All orders will be shipped out with a little something special, i.e. stickers or pins. Purchase yours at thelastgang.com/store. It'll have to tide you over until our new album (recording the bass tracks with Cameron Webb at Maple Sound Studios LITERALLY as this is being typed) is finished and pressed. 


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New Last Gang shirts. Super DIY! Hand made! Silk screened by Brenna Red! 

We've got limited edition Last Gang shirts just recentlymade by Brenna Red. Regular necks and "V" necks available in SM, MED, L. These are very DIY and each shirt may have it's own unique twist with regards to the screened print. A photo will be emailed prior to shipping for your approval. Limited availability as these are a one time only printing. Purchase in our online store here.
THELASTGANG.COM/STORE

Record Release Party for new EP "The Split" 

The Last Gang's & Bristol To Memory's North & South Orange County record release party for their new EP, The Split. Featuring 2 new songs from each band.  
The Last Gang: "Believe In The Poet" & "Identity".  
Bristol To Memory: "Holograms" & "Intervals". 
Get your copy first on July 22nd in Fullerton & July 23rd in Mission Viejo!

Release date July 19th. But you can pre-order "The Split" here!
THELASTGANG.COM/STORE





 

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Sep23

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. http://www.brooklynvegan.com/swingin-utters-releasing-new-lp-peace-and-love-stream-human-potential/
Sep25

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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