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August 31st 2012 marked the release of Frantic Jack's new album "Last One To Leave". This was accompanied by a 17 date, 3 week Irish Tour which covered venues from Dublin to Waterford to Galway and everywhere in between.
Written and recorded in the midst of new drummer Ricky Byrne joining the band "Last One To Leave" has been described by top music magazine Hot Press as "an excellent second LP featuring similarly anthemic rock gems". The album has again drawn comparisons between Frantic Jack and others such as Matchbox 20 and Dave Matthews Band (Today FM)
The album has been very well received by old and new fans and tracks such as "Living Proof", "Pride" and the lead single "Soar" have proved to be stand out tracks to date.
On July 23rd 2010 the band released their first album "Independence" which preceded their first major Irish Tour, covering over 15 counties and 30 shows in under 7 weeks.
The 12 track record was very well received amongst Frantic Jack fans old and new. Tracks such as Fallen Heroes and Writing on the Wall became the stand out tracks alongside the previous three chart singles which the album also boasted.
Publications such as Hot Press gave high praise to the bands debut effort while also drawing comparisons with established artists such as Dave Matthews Band, Matchbox 20 and The Counting Crows.
Continuing the success of their first single Frantic Jack quickly followed up "Firefly" with their December 2009 release of "Free".
The single broke into the Irish Top 20 and for the second time in as many singles Frantic Jack were Ireland's only Independent band in the Top50. It received increased airplay and greatly enhanced awareness of the band by climbing so high in a chart which was typically crowded with Christmas releases.
Following the release of "Frantic Jack" the 5 track self titled E.P the band released its debut single "Firefly" on Oct 23rd of 2009.
The song was overwhelming popular and still remains one of the bands biggest singles . It was awarded the 2FM single of the week by radio legend Larry Gogan and peaked at No.23 in Ireland's Official Top 40. With their debut effort the lads sat were the highest new entry, entering the charts ahead of bands such as Muse, Michael Buble and Coldplay.