FALLING OFF MAPS
“Its reflection and imagery is melancholic, but a clear vein of hope runs throughout” The Line Of Best Fit
“…this is heart-on-sleeve songwriting of the finest kind” Clash
“…comes across as more of a mini-symphony than a song” The 405
“Beautiful and haunting vocal… love it” – Edith Bowman (BBC 6 Music)
Falling Off Maps conclude their three part short film, with the video for
‘All My Fears’ // Watch now
Watch all three videos as a YouTube playlist
Nottingham’s Falling Off Maps have concluded their ambitious trilogy, with the video for current single ‘All My Fears’. Following the videos for ‘Honest’ and ‘The Redeemer’, the brand new clip see’s the story reach its dramatic conclusion, in a tale of betrayal, friendship, money and power. The three videos were created and directed by the band themselves to accompany tracks taken from their debut album A Seaside Town In Winter, which is available now.
Of the three videos, singer Dave Wright says: “Overall, it was quite an undertaking, and something very challenging for us.
“It’s great to have that last piece of the puzzle out there. The idea was for each piece to stand alone, as well as contributing to the overall story. This final part jumps backwards and forwards in time, before and after the events of ‘Honest’. We are looking forward to people watching all three and piecing it together for themselves.”
A Seaside Town In Winter an album full of honesty and heart-wrenching emotion, yet embued with warmth and familiarity of a band you’ve loved for years. A stirring and compelling listen, the album has been well received critically and is the start of a very exciting journey for the band.
Falling Off Maps are: Dave Wright (vocals / guitar), Dane Prewett (bass / electronics), Joe Watts (guitar), Tom Harrison (piano), Jay Wright (drums).