Melodic hooks, soaring harmonies, and vintage 80’s synth and guitar vibes are the defining features of Alta Falls, a Brisbane- based indie alternative outfit formed during the onset of
After spending much of 2020’s lockdown together, Alta Falls’ members took a deep dive exploring the social and global landscapes brought to light by the pandemic. The outfit have crafted a collection of tracks alongside producer Aidan Hogg (Jaguar Jonze, Holy Holy), featuring Sebastian Jennings Hingston (Tia Gostelow) on drums, to make their mark on the subjects in the form of song.
April 2021 introduces Alta Falls’ debut single, Take Me On Down.
“We recorded this song in 2020 when it felt like the world was pulling in multiple directions all at once, and the divide was getting bigger, wider, and deeper.” Said, Alta Falls. “The song asks, ‘How did we all get so sure about things, and get so stuck in our own heads that we can’t even see things from someone else’s perspective? What if there was a world where people saw things from the other side?’”.
Combining a wide range of influences, Alta Falls takes glimpses of The Preatures’ rhythms, Spacey Jane’s guitars, The Weeknd’s synth lines, and The Wombats’ energy to put their take on modern indie. A slow build of instrumentation and shimmering vocals builds to a fiery chorus that has mastered the art of catchy.
With a catalogue of music ready to be released, Alta Falls are preparing their entrance into the independent Australian music scene, proving themselves a force of nature with addictive melodies, soaring harmonies, retro instrumentation, and skilful lyricism.
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