Aesthetic (EP)

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EP by From First to Last
Released June 24, 2003
Recorded 2002-2003
Genre Post-hardcore, emo, screamo
Length 21:52
Label Four Leaf Recordings
Producer Lee Dyess and From First to Last
From First to Last chronology
Next to Nothing
(2001)Next to Nothing2001
Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count
(2004)Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count2004
Singles from From First To Last
  1. "Such a Tragedy"
    Released: 2003

Aesthetic is the debut EP by American rock band From First to Last, released in 2003. It was the band's first release. Original pressings contain the band's original name First To Last, but later pressings changed when the band added the From to the beginning of their name.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by From First to Last.

  1. "Such a Tragedy" – 3:08
  2. "..." – 0:27
  3. "For the Taking" – 3:39
  4. "Regrets and Romance" – 3:51
  5. "When Flying Feels Like Falling" – 2:51
  6. "Ultimatums for Egos" – 3:31
  7. "My Heart, Your Hands" – 4:20


From First to Last
  • Phillip Reardon – lead vocals, keyboards
  • Matt Good – vocals, lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Travis Richter – vocals, rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Joey Antillion – bass
  • Derek Bloom – drums, percussion
Additional musicians
  • Maria Haycraft – vocals on "For the Taking" and "Regrets and Romance".
Additional personnel

Aesthetic demos[edit]

Demos (as First too Last) of most of the songs recorded for this were released before this EP as "singles" so that the band could get their music out to the public, this songs are without Reardon in screams. These demos can still be illegally downloaded on the internet.

  • "For The Taking" – 4:55[1]
  • "Regrets & Romance" – 5:47
  • "Ultimatums for Egos" – 3:27


  • Travis Richter – vocals, screams, rhythm guitar
  • Matt Good – vocals, lead guitar
  • Joey Antillion – bass
  • Derek Bloom – drums, percussion

The songs "Day By Day", "Seventeen Long Years" and "The Beam" (Matt Good acoustic song) are in the unreleased demo "Next to Nothing", without Richter.[2]


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