The Last Battle
'Heart Of The Land, Soul Of The Sea' CD
'Heart Of The Land, Soul Of The Sea' by The Last Battle CD. Formed in the summer of 2009 and named after the novel by C.S. Lewis The Last Battle play low key folk pop. Featuring a pair of sisters, two couples and three school friends they sing songs of love, death and longing. This their debut album was released on the Edinburgh label 17 Seconds in October 2010. Store Recommendation: "The Last Battle show that Edinburgh’s ability to produce quality indie folk bands shows no sign of abating. Several successful in-stores have made them one of Avalanche’s most popular bands."
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Despite being best described as low key nu-folk loveliness, in terms of band inter-relationships The Last Battle are more akin to Swedish megastars ABBA and after only a short while together the group were getting high praise from folk legend Bart Owl. Frontman Scott Longmuir, along with bassist Paul Barrett, had previously been part of an art-rock band which they were becoming “increasingly frustrated and bored with” until 2009, and it was from the ashes of that partnership that the genesis of The Last Battle emerged.