With 21 concerts in a little over a month, As December Falls embark on a European tour to promote their latest release, “Join The Club”.
As December Falls have spent the last five years being told they were doing it all wrong.
They were told that releasing their eponymous debut album in 2019 without a label would be a big mistake, and that they would have to work with live promoters to get a chance to get on stage for headlining shows. Convinced of their positions, As December Falls always refused to listen to these directions.
The band began with a common goal that endures to this day: to write good songs and move forward as much as possible. Sort of like As December Falls vs. The World. At all stages of their career, the band in its proud independence has shown those who tried to instill doubts in them that they were dead wrong. The debut album enabled the lineup to sell out on 90 percent of the shows on their UK headlining tour. By early 2020 they were more at ease, confident and self-assured than ever.
The record debut really set something in motion for the band. 2021 gave them a chance to figure out exactly what kind of band they wanted to be. They agreed, “Let’s make this as big as possible.” Their second album “Happier” is another celebration of noisy rock & roll that has As December Falls ready to take the next step.
The plan was to release a second album during 2020, but the recordings were planned in the breaks of a hectic tour. When that was canceled because of the covid, the band poured all their energy into “Happier” and the result is something very special. For the second record, they wanted something bigger, so after looking at various label offers, As December Falls did what they do best: they did it themselves.
“Happier” came out on their own label, and the lineup maintained full control over every aspect of their work. It sold out all 16 dates of the Happier tour, and they are preparing to bring the new album, “Join The Club”, to the stages.
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