False Heads: Fall Around

Getting bigger and more notorious with each new release, East London's False Heads keep growing, evolving, and they are about to take things to the next level through their anticipated, first ever full length.

Accolades keep coming, the list of acts they've been supporting keeps getting longer and brighter, including Queens of the Stone Ages, The Libertines and David Byrne, while the band keeps being very much sturdy and consistent with each fresh single.

Fall Around, the lead single off False Heads' debut album, is an accurate delineation of the trio's punk rocking energy, and gritty, yet straightforward approach to their songwriting.

"Fall Around came about when I was trying to write a distorted punk version of an upbeat Elliott Smith song," guitarist and singer Luke Griffiths states. "The lyrics were my attempts at getting distaste and confusion toward organised religion out of my system but ending up just being a sarcastic and slightly bitter song about all forms of dangerous tribalism, with the chorus line forming the album title."

False Heads are Luke Griffiths (vocals, guitar), Jake Elliott (bass) and Barney Nash (drums, vocals).


Nov (with A) (info and tickets)

20th Bristol, Fleece

21st Oxford, O2 Academy 2

22nd Coventry, Empire

23rd Blackpool, Bootleg Social
24th Glasgow, Garage

25th Manchester, Gorilla

26th Norwich, Waterfront

27th Southampton, Joiners

29th London, Garage

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