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In February of 2012, Satellites Fall released their first EP, "Lines on the Road", to positive reviews. The EP received Runner UP for Album/EP of the year by Limelight Magazine. The track "Servitude" gained them entry into local indie/alt rock station, 95.5 WBRU's, 2012 Rock Hunt where they finished as semi-finalists. "Servitude" and "Perfect Weather" both received mainstream radio play. "Servitude" was also featured on an episode of the Youtube comedy series "Adults Only" featuring Sebastian Bach (Skid Row), Brian Austin Green (Beverly Hills 90210, Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles, Smallville), Vincent Pastore (Sopranos), Adrienne LaValley (Taken, Insidious), Brianna Brown (Knocked Up, 40 Year Old Virgin), and Ronnie Marmo (General Hospital).
In July of 2012, Satellites Fall was invited by 95.5 WBRU to open for Multi-Platinum Selling Recording Artist "Bush" (Interscope, Atlantic, E1 Records) at Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, RI. However, due to a scheduling conflict the band was unable to perform. Later that month, they were a supporting act for Platinum Selling Recording Artist, "Hoobastank" (Island Records) and have supported for other notable national acts including "The Trews" (Bumstead, Universal Records), "Electric Six" (WEA, Metropolis Records), "Sponge" (Sony, Beyond, Idol Records), "Taproot" (Atlantic, Victory Records), "Nonpoint" (MCA/Geffen/Universal), and "The Young Rapscallions".
In late 2012, the band released a follow up single, "One Night". The single was nominated for "Song of the Year" by Limelight Magazine. It received commercial radio play and continues to be a crowd favorite. In 2013, the band released a follow up single, "Strange New Day". The track was debuted on radio station 95.5 WBRU (Providence, RI) where it remained an exclusive track for the first few months of it's release. The track also gained them entry into the 95.5 WBRU 2013 Rock Hunt where they finished as Semi-finalists.
Throughout 2013, Satellites Fall continued to support national acts including "American Idol" season 7 winner, "David Cook" (RCA Records) (direct support), "Andrew W.K." (Universal Music Group, Island Records), "Sick Puppies" (Virgin, EMI, Capitol), and "10 Years" (Universal, Warner Music Group). The band was also offered to directly support Eve 6 (RCA, BMG, Sony) but were already scheduled to perform at, Rhode Island internet radio station's, 990wbob.com's annual breast cancer fundraiser, "Boobstock".
Satellites Fall remains a very active band with a heavy gigging schedule including performances at festivals such as The Dewey Beach Music Conference (Delaware), The Liberty Fest (Philly), and M.E.A.N.Y Fest (NYC). The band has won various competitions and has been voted artist of the month in several publications, including Rocksposure.com (February, 2012) and were recently a featured artist on ReverbNation. The band is scheduled to start recording a new EP titled, "Pascal's Wager", as well as filming their first official video for "Strange New Day".