|See Fall Risk live during their EP release show on Mach 2nd.|
Sleeplessness, the 4th release from Boston’s Fall Risk, is 12 minutes and 25 seconds of good old fashioned socially aware, angsty pop punk.
Formed in 2011, Fall Risk has evolved from a solo project to a quartet and most recently, slimmed down to a two piece. “As we've progressed with what we thought was best for the sound and direction, and with a main member moving away, we decided to keep it simple and play as a duo,” explains Dylan Zobel (guitar/vox).
Possessing the overwhelming anxiety of constantly representing the underdog status, Fall Risk songs paint the picture of literally anyone who has ever felt like they were on the outside looking in with lines like “I’m feeling lost when I’m at home” and “The clutter of my life is staring me down.”
Sleeplessness is available as a pre-order for $3 via Bandcamp. You can snag an early release of “Roses” featured on Coach Comp Vol. 1 by Coach & Sons Olde Time Family Booking.
The band will celebrate the release of their EP on March 2nd at Charlie’s Kitchen in Harvard Square alongside Sports. and Dirt Naps, presented by Bishop And Rook. The show is 21+, admission is $5 and music starts at 9pm. Full event details here. Follow Fall Risk on Facebook and Twitter for additional release and show information.
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