Enola Fall

Enola Fall

 Tasmania, AUS

Hobart indie ninjas, and Tasmania's hardest working band. Somewhere between The Arcade Fire, Broken Social Scene and Editors.... kind of.


Enola Fall are four guys from Hobart, Tasmania. Who have been slowly building a national reputation for powerful live shows, and dark, infectious indie-pop.

Their new EP 'Suburban Lovers' was released in June 2013, and has recieved airplay on over 150 US radio stations.

Produced by Lachlan Mitchell (The Jezabels, Something with Numbers) the EP is the follow up to the 2012 collection Isolationist, and 2011 EP I am an Aerial.

Simultaneously darker, yet more danceable than their previous work, the EP’s five tracks focus on love, desperation and hangovers in Hobart’s familiar-but-isolated suburban sprawl.

Enola Fall has been described as ‘Tasmania’s hardest working band’, touring nationally, recording almost constantly and filming everything as they go... The new EP itself is the result of a successful kickstarter campaign run by the band.

In 2012 the band supported the likes of Amanda Palmer, The Violent Femmes, Sparkadia, The Jezabels and The Beards as well as scoring a spot at the MONA FOMA, Falls and Peats Ridge festivals.

In 2013, the band traveled to the USA for the first time. Playing the Aussie BBQ at CMJ, a house of blues show in Los Angeles and a Balcony TV set alongside The Preatures. 


2007: I Made a New Friend
2009: Glorious Five Year Plan
2011: I am an Aerial
2012: Isolationist (Collection)
2013: Suburban Lovers