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Let’s Go To War video!

March 16, 2010 by  

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Let’s Go To War video!

Let’s Go To War release their new single “Wolves” next week [March 22nd], taken from the upcoming debut album “Karmageddon”, which is released on March 29th. The video below shows UK crew Graffiti Kings creating a ridiculously good mural of PJ’s face, the LGWT logo and a howling wolf around the moon for the track. Nothing better than a time-lapse video of some great art. Check it out!

When you’ve produced for the likes of Britney Spears, you’re already on your way to cementing your place in the higher echelons of the music world, but Canada’s Let’s Go To War aren’t stopping there. Dropping their new single ‘Wolves’ on March 22nd, a week before debut album ‘Karmageddon’, LGTW are about to make a mark on your life.

‘Wolves’ with its unashamedly pop vocals, has already become a staple in Toronto’s club scene and is looking to pave the way for an album with tales of maniacal house parties, drug abuse, relationship woes and even the perils of internet stardom [in the brilliantly titled ‘Internet Pornstar’] and are set to take the world’s ears and attention spans by storm.

The relentless vibes of the album, described by LGTW as “digital confusion”, leave genres and hipsters in the dust, maintaining the need to have fun and remaining unconcerned with pigeonholes as they swing between pop and club.

‘Wolves’ is accompanied by two tracks which are the result of a fantastic collaboration between Toronto’s electro guitar heroes and some of London’s most inventive and busiest underground dubstep masters Tomb Crew. After being on remix duties for Drop The Lime, Crookers and Goldielocks, Tomb Crew deliver two punching takes of the Canadian’s hedonistic anthem.


About Last Gang: LGTW marks the first European self release of a label that has become synonymous with the most ground breaking electronic influenced North American artists who made it big in the UK: Metric, Death From Above 1979, MSTKRFT and Crystal Castles had all been licensed out to European labels, now LAST GANG are taking things into their own hands.



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