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Lastlings Put Forth Acoustic Version of ‘First Contact’ Album

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Bursting into the electronic scene with huge success, Japanese-Australian live-electronic duo, Lastlings, have been receiving praised reviews and applause for their debut album, First Contact, which was released in November last year. Since then the duo have been recognized through the discography of other hit acts such as SG Lewis, and recently appearing through a Bob Moses Remix. To keep their upwards momentum trailing while blazing an apparent existence of their sonic talents, the duo have just released an acoustic version of their debut album, First Contact, giving fans and listeners a chance to dive deeper into the duo’s vision while making the album, but from a chill, acoustic and soulful perspective. 

The duo have indefinitely risen quickly, despite some of the musical hurdles they have faced within their development. But through a plethora of stellar releases and touring with the likes of Two Door Cinema Club, Rüfüs Du Sol, Bob Moses, and Glass Animals, the duo have established a massive die-hard fanbase and support network for their musical endeavors. Now their latest acoustic album release, listeners can enjoy songs like “No Time,” “Deja Vu,” “Take My Hand,” and “Out Of Touch,” which all have a very deep, emotional, and intimate touch added to them. 

The talent that has been exhibited throughout the years of the duo has only grown in delivery throughout each release and performance and there’s still so much to come from the young duo.

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