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The Last Goodbye Makes Their Emotional Return With “Damn These Walls”



The seasoned veterans haven’t missed a single step.


In a triumphant return to the airwaves, veteran pop-rock ensemble The Last Goodnight dropped their latest original track, “Damn These Walls” on December 1. Following a meteoric rise and widespread success (with over 58 million Spotify streams from their acclaimed album ‘Poison Kiss’ alone), the excitement around this release has been palpable. Although a decade and a half has passed since their last official release, with “Damn These Walls” The Last Goodbye has proved that not only have they not lost a step; they’ve come back than ever.


Even when they embarked on their hiatus, lead singer Kurtis John knew in his heart that the continuation of The Last Goodnight was in the cards. “It’s been a long time coming,” John says, and with “Damn These Walls” it’s easy to see why.


This talented group still has things to say, and if “Damn These Walls” is any indication we’re in for a lot of good new music. As these veterans of the industry continue to shine brighter and brighter, their evolution is quite something to see, especially when they’ve managed to keep the authentic charm that captivated audiences in the first place.


“Damn These Walls” definitely feels like a magical, full-circle moment. Starting with a tender and enchanting piano-based intro, “Damn These Walls” stirs up emotion constantly and feels like a second coming of age of sorts.


The instrumental performance feels reflective and meaningful, perfectly matching John’s impassioned vocals. Lyrics like “Damn these walls, damn this pain / Damn the monster / that keeps me on a chain” cut straight to the heart, and as The Last Goodnight confront themselves to break the cycle of past mistakes and hardships, you can’t help but root for them.


“Damn These Walls” is a testament to the continued brilliance of music veterans The Last Goodnight. As they continue to fly high, tap in and stream their new release “Damn These Walls,” out now on all major streaming platforms.



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