New Music Discovery of the Week: The Struts "Fallin' With Me"

This week’s ALT 104.5 New Music Discovery Of The Week is “Fallin' With Me” by The Struts

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More on the The Struts:

The British rock band who gave the

genre a much-needed shot of personality and attitude with hits like “Could Have Been

Me” and “Body Talks,” return with the new dance-rocker “Fallin’ With Me.” The band’s first

new music since signing with Big Machine Label Group in March, “Fallin’ With Me” finds

The Struts’ magnetic frontman Luke Spiller commanding listeners to join him in the

wonderland that is L.A.’s Sunset Strip. “Meet at the Rainbow, nine forty-five,” he sings.

“Wear something trashy, that’s what I like.”

Produced by Jayson DeZuzio (Imagine Dragons) and written by Spiller with The Struts

guitarist Adam Slack, Joshua Karp, Jesse Thomas, and DeZuzio, “Fallin’ With Me” was

inspired by seemingly endless evenings spent on the Strip.

“The song’s lyrics were written down whilst on numerous nights out with someone that I

was seeing at the time,” Spiller says. “We always kept meeting at the same place on the

Sunset Strip and after a while I had a collection of phrases and lines that all had a certain

feel to them.”

The most evocative is the chorus lyric: “Are you fa-fa-fa-fallin’ with me?” Spiller sings,

dramatically delivering the query with a staccato flourish as Slack, drummer Gethin

Davies, and bassist Jed Elliot help turn it into a decadent come-on.

“The chorus was intended to be a really heartfelt ballad, but once the music had been

recorded it took the vocal delivery to another place entirely,” Spiller says. “Fa-fa-fa-fallin’

was just me joking around and having a laugh, but it quickly became a crucial part of

setting the tone of the song.”

Formed in Derby, England, in 2012, The Struts have earned a reputation as a must-see

live band. They’ve opened for the Rolling Stones and Foo Fighters, played festivals like

Lollapalooza and Governors Ball, and headlined their own globe-spanning tours,

mesmerizing fans with their onstage swagger and musicianship and Spiller’s unbridled

energy. In 2020, the group released the album Strange Days, featuring collabs with

Robbie Williams, Tom Morello, and Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott and Phil Collen. The Struts,

with 300 million U.S. artist streams, recently returned from yet another triumphant U.K.

tour where they debuted “Fallin’ With Me” for sold-out audiences.

“Fallin’ With Me’ is something that The Struts have never done before. We've done a lot

of straight-up rock, but this feels different,” Spiller says. “The response we have been

getting while performing it live has been electric, so I'm excited for everyone to hear the

studio version!”

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