Echo by The Last Exposure
Official music video produced by The Queer Film Collective
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The Last Exposure is a four piece alternative rock band from Sydney who formed in late 2013. Their sound is described as an early 90’s alternative rock punch fronted by sassy powerful vocals, similar to that of Annie Lennox. They take pride in their performance - its rock, it’s loud and it’s fierce.
These guys met while studying their music degrees at university, travelling up to two hours each way just to rehearse and write together. With finishing their courses, they decided to take their original material and continue as The Last Exposure into the live scene. They’ve been playing Sydney venues since the beginning of 2015, and this short life span has seen them support the likes of Hands like Houses, L-Fresh the Lion, Columbus and Camp Cope.
Their debut single “Echo”, is their biggest accolade to date and is due to be released on the 17th of June this year. The lyrics of the song hold the acknowledgment, acceptance and understanding of one’s sexuality because of their love for another, and their growth as a young adult. The band recorded the single at Main Street Studios in Wollongong and it was produced by good friend and independent producer Stuart Cam.
Chelsea Barnes (Lead Singer) says, “I wrote this song how I write most of my songs, with no specific intention. I then learn afterwards what the song is about for myself. The song is personal, it’s actually about the last 2 and a half years of my life. It’s about my experiences at that time and learning about who I am. It’s about acknowledging and understanding my sexuality and falling for my best friend.”
As a special treat, The Last Exposure have worked with The Queer Film Collective, a film team they know from university, on a music video to go along with their single.