Far From Falling

Far From Falling

 Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Far From Falling in three words: Captivating, Driven, Marketable. They are said to have the "it" factor. In the same way that charisma is hard to define, you must see, hear, and meet lead singer Harley Wood and this band. You will then know.. what "it" is.


Far From Falling in three words: Captivating, Driven, Marketable. Collectively these five have played with the likes of Fair to Midland, Marilyn Manson, RED, Blind Melon, Taproot, Vince Neil of Motley Crue, Kings X, Powerman 5000, Quietdrive, Airbourne and many more national acts. Now, these Minneapolis heavyweights have recently acquired local phenom Harley Wood on lead vocals. Harley, who recently played co-lead 'Roger' in the Minneapolis Lab Theater's Broadway syndication of "RENT," has been touted as a blend of Shannon Hoon and Scott Weiland with an uncanny emotional uniqueness that pulls in even the most demanding of listeners. The coupling of these two and their most recent release has national attention written all over it. Justification? The disc has been picked up by 30 Best Buy stores in the region and multiple tracks are gaining huge radio play. From playing full out Rock sets to emotional and intimate Acoustic performances, Far From Falling is looked upon as one of the most nationally marketable bands in the Midwest. Come find out why.


2010: Last Hello - single (engineered by Daryll Hurst, mixed by Colt Leeb)

2009: The Weight of it All EP (engineered and produced by Daryll Hurst and Colt Leeb)

2006: Self Titled EP (engineered and produced by Colt Leeb and grammy winning Steve Hodge)

Tracks with regular radio play:
All That's Been Done
Too Late

Other tracks with radio play:
From the Last Hello to the First Goodbye
Behind the Ivory Door
The Weight of it All
Muting of Alarms

Set List

Generally a 45-60 minute plugged in power set, also able to do full acoustic set.

All That's Been Done, The Weight of it All, Chasing the Change, Behind the Ivory Door, Vena Cava, Waving Away the Rescue, The Last Hello, Too Late, Muting of Alarms, Big