Light Falls Forward are Charlie Evans and Naomi Paget, a two piece outfit hailing from North West London. They met at a party where one was filming the other for a music video. They got talking about Derren Brown and biscuits and immediately decided they quite liked each other. After moving in together and setting up their home studio, they decided to have a go at writing music. Charlie had been writing riffs and producing music with other musicians but hadn’t found the person to fully realise his ideas. Naomi had been gigging with several bands but had loads of her own material that she hadn’t shown to anyone. They set themselves a challenge of writing an EP in a week between Christmas and New Year. The results became Four Seasons and a Day, their debut EP, which you can find here (soundcloud.com/lightfallsforward/sets/four-seasons-and-a-day).
People who have heard the EP or caught their live shows have likened them to Kings of Convenience, Beth Orton, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and Nick Drake to name but a few. They are a refreshing blend of 80s pop and acoustic indie, with adventurous harmonies and storytelling lyrics.