While I originally came across The Limousines thanks to Internet Killed The Video Star, their self-released Hush album as a terrific sophomore effort from the band. Today, I’ve picked out “The Last Dance” to share.
What I enjoy about the song is the moody balance. The song builds, but not too high, and plays very nicely with the lyrics. But it’s the vocals that shine here, and really make the song. They’re alternatingly soft and then bold, but full of emotion throughout. You can almost hear the strain, torment and struggles being described in the lyrics simply in Eric Victorino’s voice.
Overall, it’s a gorgeous song that I can keep listening to on repeat, which is ironic for a song called “The Last Dance”.