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Limited 200 (via me) only misty window clear vinyl LP housed in a full colour outer sleeve with polylined inner sleeve
This is a co release with US label Echodelick Records (both labels will have the same amount of copies and they are identical) so if you are in the US you can order direct from them of course (all copies are identical)
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Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Falling Floors is a psych-rock three piece, formed in the pandemic out of a desire for distraction from dark times and an unending stream of shit news (seriously, what the fuck is going on?) There’s no master plan, no grand ambition, no product-market fit, just a shared love of 60s psych, 70s rock, and the fearless, genre-less experimentation of Krautrock and early prog to get us through.
Riding the trans-Pennine underground (up the hill and out of the crags, down there, you know?), you can hear magical sounds coming out of the Valley. On a cold and wet Calderdale winter, the band recorded their self-titled first album, DIY, live, in two days in Hebden Bridge. Rawness not perfection and feel over finesse were the aims. This album, a trans-Atlantic joint release by Riot Season (UK) and Echodelick (US), lives by slips, fuck-ups, and simple, joyous expression.
Falling Floors is Rob Herian (ex-feral stoner rockers Early Mammal) on guitar and vocals, Harry Wheeler (no ravers The Family Elan) on bass and keys, and Colin Greenwood (ex-shoegaze folk rockers No Sorrows) on drums. It’s no one’s project, and no one’s in charge. But there’s enough in common to keep it honest.
released December 2, 2022
Falling Floors is
Rob Herian: guitar and vocals
Harry Wheeler: bass and keys
Colin Greenwood: drums
supported by 17 fans who also own “Falling Floors”
15 ans d'existence et je n'avais entendu parler d'eux... Et pourtant ce groupe a de quoi séduire avec cet album tout ceux qui aiment le noise rock. Le chaos émerge d'une rythmique répétitive sur laquelle Gnod ajoute des strates torturées. Un long trip cauchemardesque à l'image du titre Giro Day qui clôture l'album sur 12 minutes abrasives à souhait.
Cet album donne envie de plonger dans la discographie abyssale de ce groupe quitte à ne jamais refaire surface... Triskellectif