Veronica Falls' new single 'Come on Over' is taken from their highly anticipated self titled debut album, which will be released on October 17th 2011. Come on Over is available to download through the band's website.
Directed by Brooklyn based 'Army of Kids', the video appears shows people having fun at a fairground. Using grainy footage that looks like it was shot in the 1980's, the video describes perfectly the 80's influenced sound of Veronica Falls.
London based four piece Veronica Falls were formed two years ago, when Glaswegians Patrick Doyle (drums) and Roxanne Clifford (guitar, vocals) , moved to London and met James Hoare (guitar, vocals). Marion Herbain (bass), a friend of Patrick and Roxanne, was asked to join the band and reportedly learned how to play the bass in a month. They were signed by New York label Captured Tracks only ten minutes after they launched their MySpace page, where they released their debut single 'Found Love in a Graveyard'.
Veronica Falls have toured throughout the UK and Europe and have also played at SXSW. With UK dates to be announced in the future, the band will also be playing at Benicassim and Field Day festivals in the coming weeks.
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17 - Benicassim Festival, Spain
21 - XOYO, London (w/ Vivian Girls)
6 - Field Day, London
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