New Music Critique: Freefall Rescue    

Freefall Rescue    
Contact: [email protected]

Web: freefallrescue.com

Seeking: Booking, Film/TV
Style: Melodic Indie Rock

Articulate and dramatic, Freefall Rescue makes music with an underlying sadness that is countered by a persistent ‘80s-fueled energy. Think Interpol, The Killers, The Cure. “Sitting On The Launchpad” epitomizes what the band does, with an arrangement powered by electric guitar, synths, church organ, piano and heavy bass to achieve a full-bodied sound. The downcast “Lemons” (“What have you done with our enemies?”) is introduced by a sad piano and heavy, militaristic death-march drumbeat before transforming into an uplifting climax. Next, the band delivers “End of the Line” where the chorus is a lively dancefloor anthem. Freefall Rescue delivers a vibe that is unflinchingly honest, yet ultimately optimistic.