The mystery continues Hundreds of feet below the ground A treasure that cannot be found
Oak Island, by post-hardcore band Our Last Night, consists of songs about overcoming mental illness, breakups, and losing a loved one. The title of the album is a reference to the mythical Oak Island of Nova Scotia. Breakdowns and screams made only brief appearances while electronics and clean singing became the norm throughout the album; The EP manages to grow and develop the band’s sound to the point that they are well into the process of grinding down the juvenile edges to their sound and comes out as an infectiously catchy rock influenced post-hardcore release.
Oak Island (оригинал Our Last Night). Остров Оук (перевод Antoshka из Сургута). Looking through the dark for the answers. Мы вглядываемся во тьму в поисках ответов. Пока мы ищем причину нашего рака, It spreads through our minds like a plague. Он распространяется в нашем мозгу, как чума. Мы поднимаем взгляд на звезды в надежде увидеть нечто большее. It terrifies us to feel a termination of our consciousness.
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Alternative rock Rock Post-hardcore Core. Dark Storms (Acoustic). I've Never Felt This Way (Acoustic). Same Old War (Acoustic). Reality Without You (Acoustic). Scared of Change (Acoustic). Oak Island (Acoustic). Falling Away (Bonus Track).
Our Last Night is a young post-hardcore band from Hollis, New Hampshire. They are currently signed to Epitaph Records, and released their Epitaph debut The Ghosts Among Us on March 4, 2008. Our Last Night built a strong local following with their 2004 EP We've Been Holding Back and 2005 album Building Cities From Scratch, both of which were self released. At the same time, the band gained fans across the world through the internet.