“London’s buzziest word-of-mouth new band” – DIY Magazine
“The buzziest unknown entity on the block” – Rolling Stone UK
“Your next favourite band” – DORK Magazine
“Something new and exciting and jubilant and celebratory” – BEAT
“Indie’s latest ‘if you know, you know’ breakout stars… Tune in now before the secret gets out” – NME
Today, The Last Dinner Party have just unleashed their debut single, Nothing Matters, backed by a visually stunning video directed by Saorla Houston and the band. The track was produced by James Ford in London, and it follows months of excitement that stems from a series of much-hyped live shows in which the band has made a glorious mess of stages ahead of the likes of Nick Cave and The Rolling Stones. With dates on the horizon opening for Florence + The Machine, The Last Dinner Party have done it all without uploading a note of music online. Until now.
Nothing Matters is the sound of five young women making the music they wanted to hear and inspired by the live shows they hadn’t ever seen. It’s riveting, it’s charming, it’s exciting, and it’s really, really good.
Fronted by expressive, livewire vocalist Abigail Morris, The Last Dinner Party is a complete breath of fresh air. A band who mean every word they sing and every note they play, but really, they just want to have a lot of fun. And they want you to join them.
Nothing Matters is a brilliant introduction to a vital new band.
The Last Dinner Party are:
Abigail Morris (vocals), Georgia Davies (bass), Lizzie Mayland (guitar), Aurora Nishevci (keys), and Emily Roberts (lead guitar) The band head out on tour throughout the Summer, including a series of festival performances.