Last Bullet live and die by the metaphor of a name that has served them well; play every show as if they have only one shot.
Multiple national tours and festivals, winners and nominees of several awards, countless television and radio features, part of Canadian hockey history, sharing the stage with countless bands like Buckcherry, Sebastian Bach, One Bad Son, Bleeker, The Wild and more. Last Bullet has used the last eight years to accomplish all of the above while completely self-managed, self-distributed, self-directed, self-written, self-marketed and ultimately… Self-made.
Last Bullet takes great pride in knowing exactly what it takes to get asses shaking, fists pumping and heads banging. Praised for their electrifying live performances, this is a band on a mission filled with conviction, forged by a deep passion to become the very embodiment of rock n’ roll itself. From their perspective, the pursuit of a career in music is akin to war. The stage is a battlefield, leather is their armour, instruments their weapons, music their ammo and failure the enemy.
With the sole purpose of re-igniting a market almost completely devoid of swagger and attitude, this Toronto-based quintet have independently blazed a path of their own by embracing the blood, sweat and tears necessary to succeed. This success has been achieved by repeatedly holding themselves accountable for giving fans the kind of show that gets your heart racing.
The very integrity of the band and their live show relies on this self-imposed creed:
Every song will sound better than it does on the album, every time.
Every note will be performed with charisma, emotion and intensity.
Every dollar of every ticket will be earned in sweat, effort and passion.
Every single fan will be thanked and appreciated every time, every show.
Nothing is ever good enough. Always strive for perfection and NEVER plateau.
With the release of their dynamic new album titled “80-69-64” the band has never been more proud of their work, nor felt more genuinely optimistic about the future of their music and career.