Last Dinosaurs release their EP, ‘RYU’

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The Australian trio shares a surprising EP with seven songs.

Last Dinosaurs is back with new music, let’s remember that just in September we were able to hear “Afterlife” which without knowing it would be a preview of the new EP, after this they gave us “Walking on Ice”both songs are frenetic examples that the Australian trio enjoys each of the songs they make and for some reason they are the darlings of the fans.

In this EP we have more energetic songs with fast guitars and riffs that remind us of many bands from the beginning of the millennium such as The Strokesthis being a conceptual work takes us back to Japan and its culture, so much so that, through their page, the band launched a manga that contained all the art to represent each song, but it sold out in half an hour.

Give a chance to RYU because it is a set of seven songs that will be liked by new members of the dino cult or those who have been accompanying the band since its beginnings, Last Dinosaurs is a band that never disappoints when it comes to delivering new material and in Mexican lands they are loved by the public, so much so that the group has an album called From Mexico With Love from which themes such as “CDMX” either “Collect Call”.

We hope in the near future we can hear RYU and all his songs in our country but while that happens run to listen to the new EP of Last Dinosaurs.


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