Formed in the summer of 2005, Austin, TX’s Lions have been receiving coast-to-coast praise since their inception and original release of “No Generation” in 2007. With heavy touring and unrelenting will to survive, the band’s endless hustle has been garnering them an intense underground fan base. Along with touring the States in support of the Toadies and Local H in 2008, they’ve shared the stage with bands such as The Supersuckers, The Misfits, Valient Thorr, DMBQ, Russian Circles, Mike Watt, The Meatmen, Daughters, Nebula, Early Man, and Fu Manchu.
In 2009 they made their first appearance in England alongside a reunited Monster Magnet. Lions joined them on their entire UK, Scotland tour. After heading into the studio with Chris "Frenchie" Smith, Lions began tracking a slew of new songs that year. The resulting EP, entitled Let No One Fall, was released on November 23, 2009, in the UK through Maybe Records. The EP received critical praise across the pond. Reviewing the EP for Rock Sound, Tim Newbound stated that it was "a wicked slab of bare-bones rock." Malcolm Dowe of Metal Hammer states that they "prove that grunge can be given a fresh twist, bringing in daubs of Velvet Revolver and Queens of the Stone Age."