Last Heroes drop a dose of melodic magic with their debut album, All I See, You See Me, as they gear up for their first headline tour.
For Denver-based electronic music duo Last Heroes, making emotionally-charged, melodic music has always been the mission throughout their artistic odyssey. Guided by a purpose that resonates through every note, Garrett Lucero and Brian Helander‘s collaboration is more than just a musical partnership. Their journey as Last Heroes encapsulates a deep-rooted friendship that has weathered the passage of time.
A year ago, the duo embarked on a mountain expedition with a singular goal: to hone their skills and channel their dedication into the creative endeavor that has now blossomed into their debut album. Today, their labor of love stands complete, poised to be unveiled to a global audience through a 12-track record: All I See, You See Me, out on lowly. The title of their debut album itself carries the essence of the duo’s aspiration to forge a platform that unites people. With a meticulous blend of melodies and textures, the effort opens the door to a world of musical discovery, beckoning the listeners to delve into its intricate layers.
After the release of their first single, “Odd Ones Out,” earlier this year, Last Heroes maintained an unwavering momentum by delivering a succession of brilliant releases such as “Atmosphere,” “Back Now,” “I Love You Enough To Let You Go,” and “Stay The Night.” This time, they unveil seven fresh tunes along with the new album. Each track is a chapter of their narrative that skillfully intertwines gentle rhythms, introspective soul, and a deep sense of heartfelt storytelling.
The album starts with “All I See,” which uses the interplay of instruments to create a symphony that speaks directly to your emotions. “Sunlight” arrives next to capture hearts with melodic vibes as Last Heroes team up with Fractures to uplift souls. “Feels Like” quickly evokes a sense of weightless tranquility with its cascading melodies, inviting the listeners to immerse themselves fully in the ebb and flow of its harmonious currents.
While other tracks like “You I Needed” and “You See Me” continue to stir a range of sentiments that linger long after the music fades, a standout piece is the glistening tune “Illusion,” which springs to life with the introduction of natural percussion. The captivating vocals of Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Tyler Graves interlace seamlessly, imbuing the arrangement with an additional layer of profound dimension.
Rounding off the album is “Is It So Wrong (Waiting On You),” the longest track spanning nearly five minutes. Enriched with layered textures and delicate guitar strums, it guides you into a realm where reality blurs with fantasy, launching you into a dream-like embrace.
Listen to All I See, You See Me on Spotify or your preferred platform, and catch Last Heroes on their headlining tour set to land in Los Angeles, Seattle, San Diego, New York, and more from now until the end of fall. Tickets are available now via their website.
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Last Heroes – All I See, You See Me – Tracklist:
- All I See ft. Crywolf
- Sunlight ft. Fractures
- Odd Ones Out ft. RUNN, Dia Frampton
- Atmosphere ft. Sød Ven
- Illusion ft. Tyler Graves
- Back Now ft. Ethan Dufault
- You See Me
- I Love You Enough To Let You Go ft. Nevve
- Feels Like ft. Ayelle
- Stay The Night ft. Dyson
- You I Needed ft. TRØVES
- Is It So Wrong (Waiting On You) ft. Woodlock