New Music Monday: Straight Outta Tasmania – Enola Fall

by on July 2, 2012 · 0 comments

Enola Fall

Hailing from Hobart, Tasmania, alt-rockers Enola Fall have just released a new album entitled Isolationist. The record, released on Creative Vibes, is led off with the driving guitars and falsetto-like vocals of Joe Nuttall.

Nutall, who fronted the band Melatonin around the turn of the century, provides solid vocals over the driving guitars of Lochie James as well as jumping in on piano, synths and guitar at times. Bassist Nick Howe and drummer Stan Barnes round out the group. Before Isolationist was released, the band put out an EP entitled I Am An Aerial where several tracks garnered airplay on several American radio stations.

With songs like “We Become Wolves”, and “Andromeda”, Enola Fall seem to be in prime position to make a big splash over here in the States. Take a watch and a listen to “Andromeda” below.