Falling Red premiere the new video for their single “My Town My City”. The track is from their exciting new album Lost Souls, due for release on 16th March, 2018.

Taking Lost Souls out on the road, Falling Red will be launching their new material and consolidating their reputation for exciting live performances on their forthcoming UK tour which kicks off at The Brickyard in Carlisle on 28th October.

Vocalist and lead guitarist Andrew Roze comments “This song is very much not the norm for us when it comes to writing Falling Red songs but when we sat down to start writing for the Lost Souls album, we took a different approach to normal. Usually once a couple of songs are written, we write to a theme or idea but this time we just sat down and wrote songs we love playing.

Speaking of the band’s latest ode to home Dave Sanders adds “My town, My city is about a few things, it’s about the love/hate relationship most people have with where they live, they can’t wait to get away but once they are away they can’t wait to get home. It’s also about being proud of where you come from or where you reside and finally for us its about Cumbria, its where the band was born and bred hence

Its always home to me except Mikey, he’s from Edinburgh but now lives in Carlisle so he is an honorary Cumbrian. All our footage was filmed in Carlisle, Penrith and Ullswater, Cumbria. Due to the theme of the song we asked fans and friends from around the world to be part of it and submit videos to go in to the video, which they gladly did for us”

The video for “My Town My City” features the following bands. 13 Stars, Stevie Pearce and the Hooligans, Estrella, New generation superstars, Theia, Massive Wagons Knock out Kaine, Star Rats, Flush the Fashion, Fahran, Fragile Things, Chasing Dragons, Speedstroke and Panther.

Falling Red UK Tour Dates 2017:

October 28th The Brickyard, Carlisle

November 2nd  Bannermans, Edinburgh

November 3rd  Rock City, Nottingham

November 4th  Yardbirds, Grimsby

November 16th Fuel, Cardiff

November 17th Corporation, Sheffield

November 18th Ruby Lounge, Manchester

November 23rd Think Tank, Newcastle

November 24th The Lounge, London

November 25th Newhampton Arts Centre, Wolverhampton

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