THE LATE INNINGS – “LAST RESORT”
A SPILL EXCLUSIVE MUSIC PREMIERE
“‘Last Resort’ is about the manager of a rock star who needs to extricate his client from a precarious situation,” says Vincent Sinex of The Late Innings about his latest single. The song is taken from the Los Angeles-based artist’s upcoming new album Wild Places, out Sept. 6th.
He continues, “The long-suffering manager, who has come to rescue of the rock star time and time again, is once again put to the test when the police call upon him to deal with the star, a just-past-his-prime rocker who has holed himself up in the top floor suite of a building that is set to be demolished. Like he has done many times before, the manager works his magic to bring his client to his senses (or some semblance thereof) and get him to safety, aware from the prying eyes of the paparazzi who have gathered on the street below.”
Sinex says this about the origins of “Last Resort,” explaining, “The song came from the idea of a once-legendary building that’s about to be demolished to make way for something new. I started thinking, ‘OK, but where is the drama in that scenario?’ And then I thought, ‘because there’s someone inside the building who refuses to leave.’ Once I figured out that person was an aging rock star, the pieces fell into place and the song essentially wrote itself. The rocker sees an affinity between himself and the building – both are symbols from another time who are seen as past their peak.”
The Late Innings
(The Late Innings Company)
Release Date: September 6, 2019