Our Last Night – The Welcome Back Tour Fame On Fire, Rain City Drive
Our Last Night
Our Last Night was formed in 2004 by brothers Matt and Trevor
Wentworth along with childhood friend Tim Molloy. Combining huge
melodic choruses, intense breakdowns, and wide ranging vocals they
have created their own brand of post-hardcore. Lyrically the band
strive to create a message of hope throughout all of their records.
With no label and a massive fan base Our Last Night’s DIY approach
of self-producing their albums and music videos has become a model
for those seeking to make a living doing what they love. Their unique
sound and ability to create rock solid covers of todays hits has
solidified their success while launching their original music into new realms.
Fame On Fire
Fame On Fire is genre-defying and pushing the boundaries of rock, hip hop, and heavy music, by unapologetically being themselves. Unpretentious, honest, and boldly brash, Fame On Fire has delivered a diverse, energetic, and emotionally-wrenching collection of songs for their debut album, LEVELS. Holding multiple meanings, LEVELS, is both about going through the motions of life, the various levels, ups and downs that all people can relate to, and about the quest to level-up and continue to progress and move forward. This dichotomy defines a band that is not willing to stand still or be complacent, but one that continuously tries to evolve their sound and craft.
Leaving absolutely nothing on the table, Fame On Fire self-produced, tracked, and mixed the album on their own, in the studio they built, laboring over every lyric, chord, beat, and riff, and painstakingly polishing every track. On “Her Eyes” – the band’s first #1 song on Sirius XM Octane – singer Bryan Kuznitz explores the turmoil of surviving an emotionally abusive relationship with the brutal honesty of someone who wants to push through any challenge and remains hopeful in getting to the other side.
It is this hopefulness that ultimately prevails in an album that doesn’t shy away from themes of anguish, loss, and toxicity in relationships and life. Whether it be fighting demons and breaking out of the internal prison of the mind in “HEADSPACE FT. POORSTACY” or swimming consciously through a downward spiral in “Down,” Fame On Fire paints a visceral portrait of the uneven journey of life that we all go through and that we can all get through together. Through the darkness comes a flicker of hope that shines through to a new day.
With LEVELS, Fame On Fire set out to show how important music is for the band and their fans. According to guitarist, Blake Saul, “Our band exists because all of us grew up together and we each found our own ways to music, which is living and breathing inside of us.” LEVELS proves that Fame On Fire is ready to help define a new era of rock music. Just don’t call Fame On Fire a cover band.
Fame On Fire is: Bryan Kuznitz (Vocalist), Blake Saul (Guitarist), Alex Roman (Drummer), Paul Spirou (Bassist)
Rain City Drive
Rain City Drive is rising from the ashes of Slaves and are embracing their next chapter with a powerful combination of authenticity and fervor, true to themselves, their fans, and the legacy they now want to create for the next generation of the band. Their new album ‘Rain City Drive’ is their second with frontman Matt McAndrew (NBC’s The Voice Season 7 , coached by Adam Levine), bringing a refreshing pop-melodic swagger to the heavy riffs and songsmanship that has helped them amass a staggering 278 million streams equivalent to 263K album sales across their catalog.