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Last Import Releases New Music Video Ahead of Sold-Out Chicago Show With Wavves on Sunday

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This past June, the ladies of Last Import traveled to the East Coast and back on their very first tour. The ‘Fast Times Tour’ was a huge accomplishment and a major success for the young band and featured plenty of memorable moments.

From playing their first show in the city of Brooklyn, to visiting Times Square, to drummer Jane’s quest to meet Bam Margera in Westchester, Pennsylvania, and all the way to their cashbox being stolen in Nashville, which resulted in an incredible outpouring of support from their fans; it was a two-week stretch the band will surely never forget!

To commemorate this momentous accomplishment, they have decided to release a music video featuring a couple of fan-favorites, “Lunar Rhapsody” and “(Fast Times At) Space Mountain,” from their self-titled debut album. The videos are chocked full of live footage of the band as well as vlog footage filmed while out on tour across the country!

Additionally, this Sunday the ladies will be heading down to Chicago, Illinois to perform alongside Wavves at a sold-out show at the Subterranean! After that, they’ll be back in the Twin Cities for a performance on August 9th at the Lake Harriet Bandshell for Star Tribune’s Music & Movies presented by The Current!

The remainder of 2019 is sure to be just as busy for the young band, so stay up to date on everything they’re doing by following them on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Music In Minnesota will be sure to keep you updated all along the way!

Justin Bailey
Author: Justin Bailey

Managing Editor & Social Media Admin for Music In Minnesota. Graduated Valedictorian of my class from IPR - College of Creative Arts with an A.A.S. in Music & Entertainment Business. ICON Award Winner. Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Written by Justin Bailey

Managing Editor & Social Media Admin for Music In Minnesota. Graduated Valedictorian of my class from IPR - College of Creative Arts with an A.A.S. in Music & Entertainment Business. ICON Award Winner. Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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