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Satellites Fall / Press

“Somewhere in the middle of all this great music came the boys form Satellites Fall. It was undeniable that they were the crowd favorite. Offering an electro alt rock sound, Satellites Fall had the eyes and ears of the crowd.”

“...no one has worked harder in this business than Satellites Fall. Their unique style has put them on big stages all over the east coast.”

“Satellites Fall have been making waves through their shows, and their song “One Night” has been getting spins on WBRU.”

“Vocalist Mark Charron can pen and hit hooks, as heard on the 2012 debut EP Lines On the Road. The first single "Servitude" is a legit alt-pop radio hit.”

“Imagine a brit-indie sound that mixes elements of The Killers with elements of The Cure.”

“Ever hear a song that you feel this insatiable need to run through a few times? That’s what hit me right off the bat as I listened to Satellites Fall’s EP, Lines on the Road. For this album, you’ll want to let this run on repeat, and trust me when I say that it’s time well spent.”

“Satellites Fall has released the blueprint for things to come. An exceptionally produced example of what happens when a group of serious and professional minded guys follow their hearts into the recording studio. Five tracks that sound a bit like a cage match between Radiohead, Coldplay and the Foo Fighters in which the quirkiness of Radiohead and the pop sensibilities of Coldplay come out on top.”

“95.5 WBRU Rock Hunt Semi-Finalists, 2012!”

“'Lines On The Road’ takes you everywhere you wanted to go with every album you’ve ever bought; heady, rocky, music bliss!… …amazing vocals… …'The World Outside' is definitely a favorite…”

“For 'Lines on the Road', Satellites Fall's first official release, the band sheds some of their Foo Fighters-ish bombast in favor of a subtler indie-pop. This time out, Satellites Fall let their inner Radiohead shine through... ...Any time you kick Dave Grohl to the curb for Thom Yorke you'll come out on top - a fact proven by Satellites Fall with 'Lines on the Road'.”

“Rocksposure.com Artist Of The Month! February, 2012.”

“Satellites Fall are new to the local music scene but have already made a name for themselves.”

“Satellites Fall are quickly becoming a rising star within their native Massachusetts Rock Scene.”

“I can't argue with their self-proclaimed description as a 'creative blend of beautiful melody, thoughtful lyrics, and harmonious song structure' when hearing their current single 'Servitude.' Regardless of the outcome, this one should stick in the rotation at 'BRU.”

“...Satellites Fall managed to win me over with their tried-and-true indie rock....”

“Winner of the Sandwich Taverna 2011 Original Band Showdown!”