The Last Rogues are a 4-piece rock band, formed in late 2019, in Birmingham, UK. With heavy hitting riffs and a big live sound, their influences range from Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, and Arctic Monkeys to name a few. The band came together when lead singer Jordan Barnett built up a collection of songs and demos and linked up with lead guitarist Connor Scully. They had met studying music together at college a few years earlier and an unbreakable bond was formed. Several years later they started to write and collaborate again, and in those writing sessions they decided the time was right to form a band. The Last Rogues were born.
Next, they had to find a bassist and a drummer to complete the line-up. These came in the shape of Adam L’Amri adding bass fills galore and Jon Loizou bringing the thumping drums to complete the sound. Both were the first people to play with the band and everything clicked into place right from the beginning. After just a few months of rehearsals they were ready to hit the stage and play their first shows.
The first ‘Rogues’ show was coincidentally one of the last to be played at the iconic Flapper, in Birmingham, which closed down shortly afterwards. Since this, the band have gone on to play at the O2 Institute and O2 Academy and are already earning themselves headline slots and a reputation for big, loud, no-nonsense live performances.
In March 2020, The Last Rogues released their first single, Age of the Senseless. This two-track release features a timely message about world we live in today. The second track, Nonbelievers, speaks for the combined dissatisfaction of a generation left behind.
Below are dates we currently have in our diary, we're always booking more so check out when we're coming to a town near you: