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"Artist In Residence 2009"

"We are so pleased to have Max & Spencer Ernst as artists in residence at Strathmore next season. They are among the youngest musicians chosen for this prestigious program. We look forward to watching the bright future of this talented duo. " Shelley Brown, Vice President/Artistic Director, Strathmore - Strathmore

"Maryland Band Headlines SADD Program in Rockville"

Trustfall, a Maryland-based rock band, will perform during an "Every 15 Minutes" program at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Rockville High School, 2100 Baltimore Rd., in Rockville.

The program, hosted by Students Against Destructive Decisions, will promote teenage responsibility and discourage drunk driving. The band, which has performed at venues such as the 9:30 club in the District and signed a record deal with Cherry Lane Publishing, will preview its debut EP. The music will be available on iTunes by the end of the month.

- Washington Post


Trustfall EP- iTunes release date: June 1, 2009
1. All My Life
2. Voices
3. Tell Me It's Over
4. Come Back
5. Drive Home



TRUSTFALL is an experienced young band, fronted by brothers Spencer and Max Ernst from Silver Spring, MD, and backed by Greg Mallick and Patrick Shine. In addition to building a name through numerous performances at such places as Washington, D.C.’s 930 Club and Virginia’s Jammin’ Java, Trustfall signed a publishing deal with Cherry Lane Publishing (Black Eyed Peas, Wolfmother, John Legend). After getting several songs placed in film and TV, they started working with Stacey Jones, (producer of Plain White T’s, founder/singer of American Hi-Fi, and drummer for Veruca Salt) and recorded several tracks this year.

The band’s debut EP will be available on iTunes in early May. Trustfall, aside from performing all over the country, has also been reaching out to young teenagers all across the country against destructive decisions. Recently, Trustfall performed at Rockville High School in Rockville, Maryland in association with the SADD program (Students Against Destructive Decisions). The proceeds from their album, posters and t-shirt sales were donated to Rockville High School for the cause.