Tag: falling up
August 20, 2023
Falling Up have announced the release of both “Silver City” (Christmas Album) and “Your Sparkling Death Cometh” (2011) on Vinyl for the first time. Stay tuned to Falling Up socials to get the link to pre-orders very soon. What is your favorite Falling Up release?… Continued →
April 11, 2018
“Fire” and “water” are arguably the most overused metaphors in contemporary Christian music. But there is another common nature-themed metaphor in Christian music you may not have noticed: gravity. I by no means consider my research to be exhaustive, but I found nearly two dozen songs from the past 25 years with “gravity” in the title. Researching Christian music prior to the 1990’s is a difficult task. While I have little doubt that this theme continues back into the 80’s and maybe even 70’s the earliest contemporary Christian song titled “Gravity” I’ve been able to find so far* is from 1995.… Continued →
December 25, 2016
Let’s talk about perfection executed through a concept album that never loses its flavor or mysteriousness. After announcing their break up years ago, Falling Up thankfully returned though transitioning into a studio band for the most part – rarely playing shows. From Fangs! back in 2009, Falling Up has made a consistent and indisputable case that they are the kings of experimental rock among the Christian music scene. Their final album, rightfully self titled because it encompasses the greatest of all their albums, is one to behold as a masterpiece.… Continued →
January 20, 2014
Falling Up's 2nd half of the Machine de Ella Project - Hours is a fantastic album.
December 5, 2013
In this edition of "In the Silence of the Mind" we take a look at some songs that are completely passionate "Love Songs to God."
March 10, 2013
One half of the Machine De Ella project, Falling Up has delivered another stellar album in Midnight on Earthship.
July 7, 2011
Falling Up is back with their newest release Your Sparkling Death Cometh. See how it compares to the bands past albums.
March 23, 2009
Falling Up's sixth release, but only the fourth I really count.