Cash Savage and the Last Drinks is an Australian band from Melbourne, formed in 2009 by singer and guitarist Cash Savage. Currently, the lineup also includes guitarist Joe White and Jess Zubkevych, fiddlist Kat Mear, percussionist Rene Mancuso, and bassist Nick Finch. They have released four studio albums: Wolf (2010), The Hypnotiser (2013), One of Us (2016), and Good Citizens (2018). One of Us was released in Australia by Mistletone to critical acclaim.
Singer and songwriter Cash Savage grew up in Port Albert, in the Gippsland region of Victoria, and is the eldest of five children. Born into a musical family, Savage’s uncle was Conway Savage, a veteran Australian rock musician and keyboardist for Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. Savage began playing gigs around Melbourne at age 17. In 2009, Savage formed the Last Drinks as her backing band, with no fixed line-up, but instead including whoever was available to play on any given night. Savage credits Fitzroy venue The Old Bar as the band’s spiritual home.