Backdrop Falls release new album 'There's No Such Place As Home'

May 25, 2019

Punk rock act Backdrop Falls have just released their new album 'There's No Such Place As Home' on May 22 in all streaming platforms. Launch in digital format via Electric Funeral Records (Brazil), the band is going to make the album distribution throught several record labels in the world in the next up coming months. The band presents a very solid record with a lot of catching tracks, and they are set to become one of the best releases in punk/hardcore scene in Latin America this year.

'There’s No Such Place As Home,' the somewhat nihilistic title sets the mood for what’s coming lyric-wise when you first listen to this record. Backdrop Falls’ debut comes with an interesting approach and unloads some anxiety-driven choruses through nine aggressive yet melodic punk rock tunes. Their first full-length, feature an energetic kind of punk rock sound combined with heartfelt reflexive lyrics that persistently question one’s role in modern society.


To  support the album, the band is lauching four new videos (to be released weekly) every month, one music video, one lyric video, a live version and an acoustic version.  This strategy aims to adapt the essence of the band’s characteristic sound (‘90s/’00s punk rock) to the new era of streaming services, in which the audience has become more thorough, selective and likely to change opinions. Each track off the record will have four different videos and will get the chance to be promoted individually, drawing attention to the concept of the album as a whole throughout the entire period of promotion of all nine tracks: nine months. Along with the album release, Backdrop Falls shared the first music video of, 'Reach the Sky,' which can be seen below. 


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