Enola Fall share "Lions," visit CMJ (2014)

Enola Fall is acclaimed for injecting vivacious indie rock with infectious pop groove and haunting atmospheric influences. Now the Tasmanian outfit is set to make its grand return to the U.S. during this year’s CMJ Music Marathon in New York.
Anchored by singer/guitarist Joe Nuttall, Enola Fall will be playing two special showcases (including the annual Aussie BBQ on October 25) and plan to perform new material from its forthcoming album, due out later this year.
Enola Fall offered a taste of the new record in the form of the song “Lions,” which received its world premiere via USA Today.
Stream the song “Lions” here: www.usatoday.com/story/popcandy/2014/07/21/enola-fall-lions/12944679/
Death And Taxes also premiered a colorful, kaleidoscopic video for the song, viewable here: www.deathandtaxesmag.com/225398/premiere-lions-video-from-enola-fall/
For over ten years, Enola Fall has been renowned as one of the most determined music acts to come out of Tasmania, relentlessly recording and touring throughout Australia, Europe and the U.S. With two full-lengths and three EPs under its belt, the group has continuously evolved its unconventional blend of anthemic rock and dark yet melodic indie pop styling. It’s a sound that has led to Enola Fall sharing stages with the likes of Amanda Palmer, The Violent Femmes, The Beards, Eskimo Joe, The Jezabels, and The Panics.
Dates for Enola Fall’s upcoming CMJ run can be found below.
10/21 – Carroll Place (157 Bleecker St.)
10/25 – Delancey (Aussie BBQ, 168 Delancey St.)