Female-led rock band UPON WINGS have shared the new single and music video for "Last Love". The soaring, guitar-heavy anthem was mixed and mastered by Skidd Mills, best known for working with bands like Saving Abel and Pop Evil. Pepe Clarke Magaña of California metal titans Kyng also performed drums on the track, while Kevin Jardine of Canada's Uplift Productions, a longtime collaborator with Upon Wings, produced the track and performed guitars.
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"'Last Love' is about that feeling that you've missed out on your one chance for true love," explains vocalist Anne Autumn Erickson, a classically trained mezzo soprano. "In truth, I believe there is always a true love out there for you, but I think everyone has been in that situation where it seems like your chance for finding that love is gone - but it's not!"
"Last Love" offers a passionate dose of the metal-heavy sound Upon Wings was created from. It follows the pop-tinged "Scars," which dropped in early 2022, and has racked up thousands of Spotify streams and YouTube views.
UPON WINGS - "Last Love" (Official Video)
In addition to releasing the "Last Love" single, Upon Wings has announced the release of their 'Last Love' EP, out September 23rd via Sword of the Spirit Records. This new EP will feature several of Upon Wings' recent singles, as well as a 10th anniversary edition of the band's debut single, "The Dream," which dropped on August 10th, 2012.
Upon Wings, fronted by Anne Autumn Erickson, have spent the last several years carving a name for themselves in the music world with their inspiring, heartfelt brand of rock and metal. They've been heard on SiriusXM Octane's Big 'Uns Countdown for their single "Afterlife", featuring Brett Hestla of Creed and Dark New Day. Their 2021 single, "Eternal Way", appeared on Knotfest's "New Flesh" playlist. They've also been featured on Loudwire's "Weekly Wire" playlist with their Christmas music.