FALLEN TO FLUX DROP DEBUT ALBUM!

UK Alternative Rock crew Fallen To Flux continue their ascent with the release of their explosive debut album Transitions, which arrives through all stores on Friday 5th August. Igniting glowing comparisons to Don Broco, Avenged Sevenfold, and Mallory Knox, the Brit rocksters are destined to break out this year.

Born in 2012, Fallen To Flux swiftly dropped their debut EP Piece By Piece, which was followed with their first tour. The release and tour provided a solid base for the emerging rock combo. The quartet then spent the next two years working together on last year’s From The Outside, Looking In EP. The record, showcasing a more developed approach to songwriting fused with a widespread appeal, saw London’s O2 Academy2 completely packed out at the EP launch show. A debut festival appearance at Camden Rocks 2015, and a second UK tour shortly after, only served to expand the crew’s dedicated fan-base right throughout Great Britain.

In 2015, the band solidified their line-up with Oli Clipsham (Vocals & Guitar), Björn Gugu (Lead Guitar & Synths), Luke Walley (Bass) and Declan Brown (Drums) and began to work on their debut album ‘Transitions’.

This record far exceeds the band’s earlier work. The four piece have spewed their heart and soul into this release and it’s tangibly apparent. From the magnificent Sane, which soars supremely with its colossal refrain and webbed progressive phrasing, to their recent single Anchored, with its hammering rhythms and uplifting vocal lines that hang in the air for eons, this is an album that truly makes a statement.

The striking Drifting is further evidence of the band’s growing stature and genuine ability to pen a tune that is emotive, highly expressive and wholly captivating; so too is the stunning Razor’s Edge, which fantastically balances melodic hooks with infectious riffery. Transitions is a record that needs to be heard, and with a UK tour in the works for June, there’s nothing stopping the band’s infinite rise.

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