Way To Fall

Way To Fall

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Way To Fall formed in October of 02 with influence from bands like Deftones to Glassjaw to some more melodic kinds of rock. Playing show after show in the Midwest, they built up a rabid fan-base. The band's biggest bragging right is their live show, which is were they seperate themselves.

Biography

Way To Fall formed in October of 2002 with influence from bands like Deftones to Glassjaw to some more melodic kinds of rock. Playing show after show in the Midwest, they built up a very stable and rabid fan-base. They recorded a solid 5 song EP, and it seemed they were on their way to big things.

However ... In 2005, bassist Jesse left the band and Way To Fall was no more. A year or so later they regrouped. Dan moved to bass, and they recruited Steven Kern (formerly of You're Pretty) to take over on guitar.

They are back now, with one hell of a vengence. Their stage presence is one of wonder. As in, "I wonder how they are still standing/breathing after the show?" Definetely the band's biggest bragging right is their live show - it is very energentic. Fans take a huge part in a performance, encouraged to hop up on stage and literally play a song with them. They have quite possibly the best chemistry on stage. And the best time. Bottom line is - they love to play out.

The band won the Southeastern Budweiser True Music Midwest Battle of The Bands 2004 and finished second in the 2005 Milwaukee Emergenza Battle of the Bands. They have also been featured as the special guest artist on the Kramp and Adler morning show on WLUM 102.1 in Milwaukee.

Discography

Way To Fall - EP 2003 EP
Tracks: Down, Next To Nothing, Starsleeper
Way To Fall - EP 2005
Tracks: Breaking Down Walls, Say It To Me Now, Yours & Mine
Way To Fall - Your Name Here EP 2007
Tracks: Divided, Tear Stained Eyes, It's Not Easy, Stuck In The World, Killing Your Friends, Father

All songs can be purchased and or previewed through SNOCAP at www.myspace.com/waytofall

Breaking Down Walls, Starsleeper, Down, Next To Nothing, and Say It To Me Now have all been featured on Milwaukee's Lazer 103 (102.9, now The Hog) and on WLUM (102.1)

Set List

Our typical set list is between 9 -11 songs that will fit in an average 45 minute set. We are able to cover more or less time if the situation warrants it. Our set consists mostly of our original songs that have been recorded along with several fan favorites that we have not yet recorded. We do not perform cover songs.