Heavy-hitting New Hampshire rockers Our Last Night have evolved from an upstart screamo outfit to a post-hardcore mainstay, but that doesn’t mean they’ve lost their aggressive edge. Fans and critics alike praise their high-octane live shows where clean, soaring vocals and spot-on harmonies by brothers Trevor and Matt Wentworth are bolstered by the prodigious musicianship of bassist Alex Woodrow and drummer Tim Molloy. As they tear through fan favorites like "Fate" and "Liberate Me" concertgoers can hear echoes of the band’s influences --Taking Back Sunday, Rise Against, New Found Glory -- but overall One Last Night have succeeded in creating a sound entirely their own. Adrenaline junkies take note: Our Last Night are on the road in 2014 co-headlining the Come Alive Tour with fellow rockers Set it Off. BACKGROUND SNAPSHOT:
Our Last Night was formed in New Hampshire in 2004 by brothers Trevor and Matthew Wentworth. After a few early releases, the band signed to legendary punk label Epitaph in 2007 and embarked on their first US tour -- while Trevor was still just 13 years old. They made their debut on the label in 2008 with the album The Ghosts Among Us, which peaked at No. 6 on Billboard's Heatseekers Albums Chart and brought them out on the road for another round of extensive touring. The band released two more albums on Epitaph -- 2010's We Will All Evolve and 2012's Age of Ignorance -- before parting with the label and announcing that they would use using crowdfunding site Indiegogo to pay for their next EPs. The result was the Oak Island and Oak Island Acoustic EPs, and a polished new sound that has fans eager to experience the band on their next tour.