Trust in the Fall
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Trust in the Fall

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Feb 2002 - Last Chance for Romance - 10 song cd

June 2006 - Hangin' Tougher - 4 song EP (all 4 songs have regular airplay on the local radio stations 102.1theX and Y101 local shows)

Feb 2007 - Better You Than Me - 11 song cd (4 songs have regular airplay on the local radio stations 102.1theX and Y101 local shows)



Trust in the Fall is like no other band in Virginia. They are always told that they are too heavy for shows with the emo-ish bands and too melodic to play shows with the metal bands. They play what they like. Punk influences from such bands as Blink182, The Get Up Kids, and Alkaline Trio give Trust in the Fall their fast-paced riffs and energetic vocals. The 80's hairmetal influence is shown in the band's ballads and rockout performances. Throw in an occasional breakdown and a scream here and there and you still havent seen all that Trust in the Fall can do. The guys in TITF are fun filled fellas that love to do such stunts as powerslides, guitarspins, breakdance, throw guitars to each other, and simultanious jumps to grab the crowds attention. They are performers. They want to leave each venue with a crowd full of people wanting more.
Formed in 2005, Trust in the Fall has built a concrete musical bond between its members. TITF has pumped out a 10 song demo in early 2006 entitled Last Chance for Romance. Last Chance for Romance was the first song that the foresome had written. This CD was self-recorded, self-produced, and self-distributed. In Mid-2006 they released their 4 song EP entitled Hangin' Tougher. This title was to show the band's sarcasm toward the early New Kids on the Block album, Hangin Tough. This was a huge step because it was professionally recorded but still self-distributed. It sold 400 copies on the night of its release. The single, This Changes Everything, is sung by every audience member at every show. The band knew that their next release would have to be amazing, so months of writing came into play to complete the 11 song album known as "Better You Than Me." The "shocking" cover pic shows a female in a bathtub with a plugged in radio in the water with her. The band members are surrounding the tub watching. The release of this cd packed The Canal Club (Richmond, Va) and when the boys came out, the crowd was so loud you couldnt hear the instruments in the monitors. Trust in the Fall played an hour and a half set that kept the people captivated on to each word that came from Spooky's mouth.
This shows that the future of Trust in the Fall shows a huge amount of promise and a large amount of touring is on the horizon. They will see you soon.