The Last Dancers are presented in partnership by the hand of Adam Mackintosh, composer and leader of a band's musical heritage includes places like Memphis and Tennessee and that those wicker bill gold a kind of pop that evokes equally to music American roots rock as contemporary American. The 13 songs on the album describe it as a work of pop with a capital whose foundations are solid vocal harmonies, exquisite treatment of the guitars and a strong rhythmic base. Echoes of The Faces, The Kinks, Big Star and even The Posies, arrangements reminiscent of The Beatles, a vocal that sometimes evokes John Lennon himself and a perfect combination of contemporary English pop musical heritage along with the U.S. is found in this great record that seems essential for all those eager to discover invoice perfect songs are capable of providing the best of Anglo-Saxon folk music of the last five decades. The album's sound is bright and gives a perfect light patina to wear a melodic songs of extreme sensitivity and with an exquisite treatment of the letters. Undoubtedly, the production work performed by Dano Capristo rises several steps which should be one of the albums surprise and revelation of 2011. Adam Mackintosh, who has always been known for his involvement in many musical projects, has found one in which they can bring out a composer's fabulous, so we believe the time for all of us to surrender to his creative talent and stop massaging our ears with songs as addictive as "Crazy in Love" as literal as "It Makes Me Happy" and as round as "The Bomb. " Fundamental to all those who enjoy listening to T-Rex, Redd Kross, Pernice Brothers, Beatles, The Dream Syndicate ... .."