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Fell to Erin

Fell to Erin

Fell to Erin


Fell to Erin are not going to change the world. Fell to Erin are probably not going to be the next big thing. What is true, is that Fell to Erin are a good rock and roll band. Real good. The four of them grew up, live and play in Hobart, and with seven years and three releases under their four skinny belts, the new songs keep getting better, the crowds get bigger, and the performances are powerful, yet still retain an intimacy. Lincoln le Fevre – guitar and vocals Read more on Last.fm
Fell to Erin are not going to change the world. Fell to Erin are probably not going to be the next big thing. What is true, is that Fell to Erin are a good rock and roll band. Real good. The four of them grew up, live and play in Hobart, and with seven years and three releases under their four skinny belts, the new songs keep getting better, the crowds get bigger, and the performances are powerful, yet still retain an intimacy. Lincoln le Fevre – guitar and vocals Marcus Dabner – bass Anthony Fitzpatrick – guitar James Gough - drums In 2005 Fell to Erin were awarded Tasmania’s Most Promising Original Contemporary Music Act – the Gold Logie of the Tasmanian music scene. This was met with feelings of glee, but also disappointment at still being referred to as promising after playing over 200 shows together. But mostly glee (thanks to the fat wad of cash that came with it). They have racked up an enviable list of shows within their 150-plus gigs.

Countless support shows (Eskimo Joe, Something For Kate, You Am I, Bodyjar, Grinspoon, Regurgitator, and The Cruel Sea to name a few) as well as playing both the Falls Festival in Marion Bay, and Tasmania’s Gone South festivals, have proven that Fell to Erin are more than capable of playing big shows to large crowds. The next single from Fell to Erin is going to be their best yet. The band enlisted Anton Hagop (Silverchair, Powderfinger, Waikiki) to produce their fourth release. The five track EP was recorded in Sydney in October 2005, and is scheduled for release in early 2006. While the EP is currently untitled, it features the single “Meter Maid”, a rocking track about girls, parking fines and clearways. The third album from Hobart group Fell To Erin, titled April Monday was launched to a packed house at the Republic Bar and Café in late 2003. Several tracks from the album have received major airplay on Edge Radio, as well as selected airplay on JJJ, 4ZZZ (Brisbane), 3RRR (Melbourne) and FBI (Sydney). Fell to Erin played the Falls Festival in 2004/5, and have played three Gone South festivals (in 2003 headlining the TasMusic stage) and drank the rider of many bands who were important enough to get one. We played some shows, we won some shit.

Now let’s move on and make it bigger and better. For more information, contact the band directly through Lincoln on (03) 6224 9659 or 0415 803 833, or in writing at 395 Macquarie St. South Hobart, 7004. In the meantime, visit us at www.felltoerin.com, or email felltoerin@iinet.net.au http://members.iinet.net.au/~linc.lefevre/bio.htm Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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