The Million release synth-pop-inspired single ‘Last Call’

Produced by Nothing But Thieves founder-member Dom Craik

Central Coast up-and-comers The Million have released their first new music in 2021, new single ‘Last Call’.

The 80s synth-pop style track was produced by Nothing But Thieves founder and guitarist Dom Craik.

In a press release, The Million’s lead singer and lyricist Jacob Thomas explained the new song, saying, “‘Last Call’ is a fictitious song built from genuine emotions.

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“It was written when I was still in the early stages of dating my still current girlfriend. I thought to myself what if I really messed this good thing up?”

Craik also spoke of his vision for that band’s track, adding he wanted to expand on it. “It was a challenge working out how the rhythm section in the chorus would function best,” he said.

‘Last Call’ – which premiered on triple j’s Home n Hosed – dropped alongside an official music video, directed and produced by Ash Lim (CXLOE, Jaguar Jonze).

Watch the official video for ‘Last Call’ below:

In 2017, The Million release their debut EP, ‘Hydration Station’.

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‘Last Call’ follows on from the now-four-piece’s previous singles, ‘Somebody Better’ and ‘Check Up’, released in 2019 and 2020 respectively. Last year also saw The Million support indie-pop singer Sloan Peterson on her sold-out headline tour.

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