Album artwork for Prelude To Ecstasy by The Last Dinner Party
Album artwork for Prelude To Ecstasy by The Last Dinner Party
Album artwork for Prelude To Ecstasy by The Last Dinner Party
Album artwork for Prelude To Ecstasy by The Last Dinner Party

Without doubt Last Dinner Party will be the sound of 2024. Their debut album Prelude To Ecstasy is released via Island Records. It was produced by James Ford in London, and features the breakthrough singles, “Nothing Matters”, “Sinner”, and “My Lady Of Mercy”.

At the turn of 2023, The Last Dinner Party was little more than a new name being shared amongst those that had caught them live. Great songs, strong aesthetic. Having spent much of 2022 writing those songs, road-testing them, and then taking them into the studio, it wasn’t until April when the band released the instantly more-ish, dark guitar-pop of Nothing Matters that seemingly everyone had now formed an opinion on them. It was an introduction that took the online world by storm, and yet behind all the excitement and narrative was a fantastically confident indie-rock song by a band doing it the old-fashioned way, out on the road.

Third single, My Lady Of Mercy, an almost gothic, haunting rock song, and now with this atmospheric and anthemic ballad, On Your Side, the band’s songwriting is testament to all the buzz and excitement already accumulated. As it should be. Rather than wilt under the spotlight, they’ve arguably become a tighter, stronger unit because of it.

Prelude To Ecstasy is both the closing of that introductory chapter and the opening of the next. The Last Dinner Party? Believe the hype.

Bonus CD

5 exclusive versions of the album recorded with Orchestra at iconic Church Studios in London.

The Last Dinner Party

Prelude To Ecstasy

Island
Album artwork for Prelude To Ecstasy by The Last Dinner Party
LP +

£26.99

exclusive
Cream
Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 2000 copies
Includes bonus disc
Released 02/02/2024Catalogue Number

5851906

Album artwork for Prelude To Ecstasy by The Last Dinner Party
LP

£26.99

Black
Released 02/02/2024Catalogue Number

5851903

Album artwork for Prelude To Ecstasy by The Last Dinner Party
LP +

£26.99

Oxblood

Released 02/02/2024Catalogue Number

5851904

Album artwork for Prelude To Ecstasy by The Last Dinner Party
CD

£9.99

Released 02/02/2024Catalogue Number

5851910

The Last Dinner Party

Prelude To Ecstasy

Island
Album artwork for Prelude To Ecstasy by The Last Dinner Party
LP +

£26.99

exclusive
Cream
Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 2000 copies
Includes bonus disc
Released 02/02/2024Catalogue Number

5851906

Album artwork for Prelude To Ecstasy by The Last Dinner Party
LP

£26.99

Black
Released 02/02/2024Catalogue Number

5851903

Album artwork for Prelude To Ecstasy by The Last Dinner Party
LP +

£26.99

Oxblood

Released 02/02/2024Catalogue Number

5851904

Album artwork for Prelude To Ecstasy by The Last Dinner Party
CD

£9.99

Released 02/02/2024Catalogue Number

5851910

Without doubt Last Dinner Party will be the sound of 2024. Their debut album Prelude To Ecstasy is released via Island Records. It was produced by James Ford in London, and features the breakthrough singles, “Nothing Matters”, “Sinner”, and “My Lady Of Mercy”.

At the turn of 2023, The Last Dinner Party was little more than a new name being shared amongst those that had caught them live. Great songs, strong aesthetic. Having spent much of 2022 writing those songs, road-testing them, and then taking them into the studio, it wasn’t until April when the band released the instantly more-ish, dark guitar-pop of Nothing Matters that seemingly everyone had now formed an opinion on them. It was an introduction that took the online world by storm, and yet behind all the excitement and narrative was a fantastically confident indie-rock song by a band doing it the old-fashioned way, out on the road.

Third single, My Lady Of Mercy, an almost gothic, haunting rock song, and now with this atmospheric and anthemic ballad, On Your Side, the band’s songwriting is testament to all the buzz and excitement already accumulated. As it should be. Rather than wilt under the spotlight, they’ve arguably become a tighter, stronger unit because of it.

Prelude To Ecstasy is both the closing of that introductory chapter and the opening of the next. The Last Dinner Party? Believe the hype.

Bonus CD

5 exclusive versions of the album recorded with Orchestra at iconic Church Studios in London.