Cromm Fallon and The P200
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Cromm Fallon and The P200

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2017 | INDIE | AFTRA

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States | INDIE | AFTRA
Established on Jan, 2017
Band Rock Garage Rock




"Cromm Fallon – Electric Bloom"

"...Britpop-esque...garage is the overriding vibe...familiar tones of that low-slung classic American garage sound, reminiscent of some Iggy Pop, maybe with touches of Velvet Underground...hints of The Kinks or even The Kingsmen in style...fresh and vibrant...from one burst of energy to the other, easily turning something Brit-pop in to something garage...straddling of genres that easily complement each other, and which is done with a faithfulness and love of vintage sounds." - RPM Online - RPM Online

"Cromm Fallon “Electric Bloom”"

"...garage rock and Britpop is a good start. Throwing in bands like The Jesus & Mary Chain, Iggy and in particular Redd Kross means a review is guaranteed...irresistible 60’s Stones-esque rock n roll...the psychedelic rock sound that The Stone Roses strived so hard to achieve." - Soul of a Clown

"Cromm Fallon - Electric Bloom"

"...primarily garage-based rock'n'roll...plenty of other influences, from jangle-pop to shoe-gaze to psychedelic and more. There's plenty of over-driven guitars, but also some sweet 12-strings ringing out, along with a bit of moody organ, a ballad or two and lots of stompin' rockers." - Rich's R'n'R Rants & Raves


"Electric Bloom" on Rum Bar Records



Cromm Fallon’s debut album came out on Rum Bar Records from Boston May 17th 2019. Before that, his single "Scars from You" was released on a split 45” with The Laissez Fairs. The debut album ‘Electric Bloom’ blended Power Pop, Garage, Shoegaze, and Indie into an exciting, fresh blend. Here's a backstory on how the album, and band, came about...

The band was formed on a whim to play a one-off gig at Las Vegas' Bunkhouse for a Britpop tribute night. With just one rehearsal, the band made huge waves and caused quite a stir among the attendees. As a result, the boys decided they should keep the ball rolling just as something to do and have some fun. In the meantime, Cromm was working hard in the studio, writing and recording his first solo venture. Along the way he recruited some of the P200 to help out and supply drums, some extra guitars and bass. Once the album was recorded, Cromm decided he now needed a band to play these songs live. One night, over a few pints with the boys, he then realized he already had a band to play these songs...The P200. With a backing band now in place, Cromm was then able to get the album a live presence that have been touring and making waves ever since. The energy-packed live shows are known to take the album to the next level with unrestrained, noisier, and raw approach that is a must-see. Cromm and the band are also due to hit the studio to record the 2nd album at the end of the year.

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