Falling Up Stairs
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Falling Up Stairs


Band Alternative Punk


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To You We Salute EP - available for download on iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, and Lala

Streaming on:
MySpace - http://www.myspace.com/fustairs
Purevolume - http://www.purevolume.com/fustairs
ReverbNation - http://www.reverbnation.com/fustairs



Pop-punk from Hamden, CT. Nothing about that description stands out; a generic genre from a no-name town. But once you get past the obscurity of it all, and just pop in their EP, To You We Salute, you will see that the aspirations behind FUS reach much further than generic pop-punk and a no-name town. Combining catchy melodies, funky slap bass, energetic beats, and thoughtful, yet playful, lyrics, Falling Up Stairs is a band that wants nothing more than to establish its own sound and redefine a genre towards which eyes are so often rolled.
Formed in the Spring of 2007, the band (at the time consisting of lead singer/guitarist Alex Marmor, bassist Josh Flores-Vitti, drummer Marc Prescott, and guitarist Matt Dinnan) started off playing Green Day covers. After going through several names, the band finally settled on Falling Up Stairs, and played their first show as such in Fall of 2008. In the year since, Falling Up Stairs has solidified their line-up (Alex on guitar/lead vocals, Josh on bass/vocals, and Marc on drums/vocals), has played dozens of shows, and has recorded a 5-song EP at Adorea Recording Studio in Hamden, CT. Dealing with time-less topics such as loneliness, love, and independence, TYWS is available for download on iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, and Lala.
And the band shows no signs of slowing down. With a DIY work ethic, and a constant flow of creativity, combined with a goal of mainstream success, Falling Up Stairs is relentlessly writing new material, improving their sound, booking shows, and promoting themselves to anyone that will listen, aiming to reach as many ears as possible. Over the coming year, FUS will continue to push themselves to their limits and play as many shows as possible; you may even see a tour or two coming up for 2010. No guarantees, but keep your ears open ;)