Last Bullet not willing to reveal meaning of new EP title ’80-69-64′ at this time

Last Bullet not willing to reveal meaning of new EP title ’80-69-64′ at this time

Last Bullet frontman Bryan Fontez was recently interviewed by Anti Hero Magazine and was asked about the meaning of the group’s new EP title 80-69-64, which was released earlier this month on July 14, 2017.

Fontez replied: “That’s a good question. Unfortunately, we are not willing to divulge that information as of yet. What I can tell you is the numbers do have a significance, they mean something to us, and it is something that motivates us. We definitely will tell our fans, we will tell the world eventually, but it will probably be when we’re in a position where we don’t have to work full time anymore.

Yeah, so it’s nothing crazy or super complicated, it’s just something that motivates us to keep moving forward. We’ve had some fans come up with some pretty good guesses like… is it our favourite albums are from those years? Which is not a bad guess, but it’s definitely not correct, yes, so when somebody figures it out we will confirm it.”

Anti Hero Magazine had previously asked Fontez if the Last Bullet band members were working full-time jobs outside the band to which Fontez stated: “We are, yeah. That’s one of the biggest problems that we have as musicians because in order to afford the ability to do this professionally, we have to work full time hours, we have to work our 40+ hours a week in order to finance it. But, at the same time, it’s almost a double-edged sword because you basically have a situation where you want to be a better musician, and you want to have lots of free time to hone your craft and be better at song writing and writing more songs and practice, but that time is eaten up by working full time to finance everything. So, it’s a catch 22 where you’re going back and forth and trying your best to balance being able to afford everything but also putting on a good performance and being a good musician. So, we look forward to the day when we don’t have to work full time anymore, and when that comes I honest to God, without sounding conceited, I honest to God feel like we would become unstoppable. I feel like we will become the best musicians we can possibly be.”

You can read the rest of the interview with Fontez at Anti Hero Magazine.

Track List for 80-69-64:
01. Sin
02. Gimme Time
03. Bright Lights
04. Southern Lips
05. Smoke & Ashes
06. Little Miss Filthy

Last Bullet‘s “Sin” video:

Last Bullet – Sin (Official Video)

Nominated for “Best Music Video” by the Toronto Independent Music Awards* Last Bullet’s new single “SIN” is now available on iTunes. Go to http://lastbulletmusic.com for more music, merch and tour dates.