Our Last Night, ‘Invincible’ – Exclusive Song Premiere
New Hampshire-based rockers Our Last Night have been slowly building their career over the last few years, but could be on the verge of a breakout with their upcoming album, ‘Age of Ignorance’ (due Aug. 21). In anticipation of the album’s release, Loudwire brings you the exclusive premiere of the track ‘Invincible,’ a song that in some ways mirrors the progression the group is making.
Fresh off the lead single ‘Liberate Me,’ Our Last Night may want to be ‘Invincible,’ but they definitely know a thing or two about showing their vulnerability and do so within the track. With lyrics like, “I can’t help but feel like I’ve messed this up / I’ll never see the sunlight cause my eyes are always shut / Sometimes I feel like I’m about to quit / But it’s about that time I get over it / I want to be invincible / I want to be invincible,” it’s clear they have a goal in mind.
‘Invincible’ starts off electronically, but not in a club sense. It’s more like how Linkin Park has upped the ante in recent years with their electronic sounds while maintaining a heavy attitude. Singer Trevor Wentworth and guitarist Matt Wentworth provide a solid vocal base for the song, letting in the right amount of angst and drive to take the track where it needs to go, while bassist Woody Woodrow and drummer Tim Molloy give the low end the urgency to push the song forward.
‘Invincible’ is one of the standout tracks on Our Last Night’s upcoming effort, ‘Age of Ignorance.’ The band benefited from working with acclaimed rock producer David Bendeth (Breaking Benjamin, Paramore) and has put together a radio friendly collection that could see them break through to the masses.
Our Last Night are ready to take that next step, and you can catch them out on tour later this month. They kick off their next batch of dates Aug. 22 at Mojoes Rock House in Joliet, Ill., one day after the ‘Age of Ignorance’ album hits the streets. A variety of pre-order packages for the album are available here.
Listen to Our Last Night’s ‘Invincible’