Australian Indie-Rock Trio LAST DINOSAURS Announce Lollapalooza Appearance + Share New Song + Video “Look Back”

March 25, 2022 BY Jason Currell

Today, Brisbane indie-rock trio Last Dinosaurs share the bittersweet new single “Look Back,” which examines “the sorrow of flying away from your lover,” says vocalist/guitarist Lachlan Caskey. Spacey synths and somber acoustics open to a soaring chorus. Waiting around feeling the days get longer, losing our minds doing the same old patterns, when I get out I’m coming straight there for you, croons Caskey, who was stranded out of Australia for an extended period during the pandemic lockdowns. Listen to “Look Back” now on all digital retailers (here).

The accompanying music video was directed by Jeoffrey Cheung and Dontae Carter. Lachlan is all alone trapped in a SIMs-like dreamworld of changing spaces, waiting to get out. The isolation is palpable as he wanders back and forth strumming on his guitar.

“Look Back” follows the band’s sizzling return with the anthemic “Collect Call” and surely signals to fans and followers there will be more to come. Last Dinosaurs are also pleased to announce their appearance at Lollapalooza Music Festival at the historic Grant Park in Chicago, IL. Check out the complete list of tour dates below!

Listen & Share “Look Back” Here:

Australian indie-rock band Last Dinosaurs burst on to the scene after the release of their critically acclaimed debut album ‘In A Million Years’ that debuted at #8 on the Australian ARIA chart. The success of the album had them selling out shows across Australia as well as huge headlining tours and festival plays across the UK and Europe, SE Asia and South Africa.

The band continued to win hearts in 2015 with ‘Wellness’ and then again with the much-heralded third album, ‘Yumeno Garden’. The first two singles “Dominos” and “Eleven” went straight to high rotation on Triple J, while the album tour sold out multiple venues in each city across Australia.

In December 2018, Last Dinosaurs announced their first ever U.S. tour. After selling out dates in Chicago and Los Angeles in under a minute, the tour quickly expanded into 17 sold-out shows around the country. Last Dinosaurs went on to do two more sold-out tours of the U.S. and Canada including a 21-date headline tour playing bigger and more iconic venues such as Webster Hall, Fonda Theatre, and The Fillmore. Soon after, the UK & EU came calling as the band sold-out a European tour through Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, and two nights in London. To cap it all off, they followed with a hugely successful run through Southeast Asia.

Last Dinosaurs have also supported international acts such as Foals, Matt & Kim, Lost Valentinos, and Foster the People, playing festivals including Splendour In The Grass, Laneway, Falls Festival and Field Day to name a few.

After the emergence of the pandemic and under the constraints of COVID lockdowns, the band retreated to studios in Mexico and Australia, to write and record new music.

Stay tuned for more from Last Dinosaurs.

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May 14           Milton Keyes, UK @ The Craufurd Arms
May 15           Bristol, UK @ Louisiana
May 16           Nottingham, UK @ Bodega
May 18           Glasgow, UK @ Stereo
May 19           Manchester, UK @ Academy 3
May 20           London, UK @ Heaven
May 21           Brighton, UK @ Hope & Ruin
May 23           Paris, FR @ 1999
May 24           Rotterdam, NL @ Rotown
May 25           Hamburg, DE @ Molotow Sky Bar
May 27           Berlin, DE @ Badenhaus
May 28           Cologne, DE @ Blue Shell

May 31           Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
June 01          Toronto, ON @ The Axis Club
June 03          Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
June 04          Washington, DC @ Union Stage
June 05          Philadelphia, PA @ Foundry @ The Fillmore
June 08          Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
June 10          Nashville, TN @ Exit/In
June 11          Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
June 13          Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live Studio
June 14          Austin, TX @ Antone’s
June 15          Dallas, TX @ Studio at the Factory
June 17          Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
June 18          Salt Lake City, UT @ The Beeh​i​ve
June 20          Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
June 21          Vancouver, BC @ Hollywood Theatre
June 22          Seattle, WA @ Neumos
June 24          San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom
June 25          San Diego, CA @ Observatory North Park
June 26          Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre
July 28-31     Chicago, IL @ Lollapalooza Music Festival

July 08           Guadalajara, MX @ Anexo Independencia
July 09           Mexico City, QC @ Foro Indie Rocks – SOLD OUT
July 10           Mexico, City, QC @ Foro Indie Rocks – 2ND SHOW​​ ADDED!