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Enola Fall

Enola Fall

Enola Fall


“On their MGM debut, EF’s strident, oft-operatic tunes come across like Dappled Cities gone cabaret, but with more menace... This is glorious indie-pop manna.” RAVE magazine “Superb pop, with just a hint of theatricality.” Dom Alessio - Triple J “For guys that aren’t presently known world-wide they seem to be teetering on the verge of a breakthrough moment,” onetimesone.com “Essentially, what we have here is one of those increasingly Read more on Last.fm
“On their MGM debut, EF’s strident, oft-operatic tunes come across like Dappled Cities gone cabaret, but with more menace... This is glorious indie-pop manna.” RAVE magazine “Superb pop, with just a hint of theatricality.” Dom Alessio - Triple J “For guys that aren’t presently known world-wide they seem to be teetering on the verge of a breakthrough moment,” onetimesone.com “Essentially, what we have here is one of those increasingly rare acts that manage to blend technical proficiency with mainstream appeal and a sound to soothe the ears of pitchfork reviewers.” Buzz magazine. “Enola Fall are one of the top ten indie bands to watch out for this year” Robbie Buck -Triple J Joe Nuttall and Enola Fall are really, really good. We know this because many people have told us. There is a groundswell of fascination around them, a growing rumble of excitement and energy that is spreading outwards from the group’s native Tasmania. People really, really like it when Joe sings. There are bits when he sounds like he’s crawling into your ear and whispering images and feelings straight into the centre of your brain. Then everything explodes and Enola Fall come slamming in like hell’s own harp; Joe starts screaming those high bits and the top of your head feels like it’s going to come off. Enola Fall like to bring up their five state national tour in January 2009, the powerhouse performances at The Falls Festival, Southern Roots and Amplified, the Triple J next crop selection.

Playing with Amanda Palmer, The Panics, AIH, Eskimo Joe, and supporting Turin Brakes on their European tour. But of course that’s not really the point... The point is that Joe Nuttall is a hell of singer, and Enola Fall are a hell of a band. Their new album Glorious Five Year Plan is also one hell of record. Aloof, crystalline indie pop scarred with cabaret piano, horns and churning guitars. Strange soviet imagery and vivid lyrics... like postcards from a dream. Live, the songs kick into an even higher gear, the audience become part of the music, and each performance is somehow better than the last. Joe Nuttall and Enola Fall are really, really good. We hope you agree and join the cause.

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