The Last Dinner Party dazzles with “Caesar On A TV Screen”

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The band presents “Caesar On A TV Screen” after winning the BRIT Rising Star Award 2024.

“Caesar On A TV Screen”inspired by the tragedy of Shakespeare, Julius Caesaris the prelude to the long-awaited debut album by The Last Dinner Party, Prelude to Ecstasy, scheduled for February 2 via Island Records.

The band, composed of Abigail Morris (vowels), Georgia Davies (low), Lizzie Mayland (guitar), Aurora Nishevci (keyboards) and Emily Roberts (lead guitar), dives into the performance of one of Shakespeare’s most iconic works with a video directed by Harv Frostprevious collaborator in the video clip of “My Lady of Mercy”.

The journey of The Last Dinner Party has been awarded, culminating its first year with the prestigious BRIT Rising Star Award 2024 and recognition as Rising Stars for Rolling Stone UK in its inaugural 2023 awards.

The vocalist Abigail Morris share that “Caesar On A TV Screen” is an ode to ambition and the desire for fame, reflecting the story of the protagonist of Julius Caesar.

This single joins the list of advances from Prelude to Ecstasy, an album that explores the extremes of human emotion, from passion to pain, and that has personal and collective influences of the group members. The UK and European tour, which begins at the end of this month, marks the start of an even more exciting time for this band.


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