It may seem in a brief glance that Never Ending Fall are a group of fresh upstarts, the newest in a long line of funky indie rockers that meld many styles of music into the familiar Chesapeake sound. These six aren’t the next, they’ve been there all along, learning, studying and making music together since they were twelve years old. These kids are all grown up, and now it’s time to Start Living.

Their musical evolution has been remarkable, a six piece dynamo radiating their unique collective energy creatively through their music. Undefined by convention, they make music that winds from grooving and layered indie-pop-rock tracks to funky, ska/punk and reggae infused jams, all of it utterly sing-able and dance-able. Fans of world and jam music will also find a lot to love in Never Ending Fall.

As they approach their twenties, Never Ending Fall are already on the cusp of releasing their second full-length album, which will have the fitting title, “Start Living”, and is due for a late spring/early summer 2017 release. Their first album, self-titled, came out in 2015, and helped spring the band onto a much larger crowd and scene around the Mid Atlantic.

With nothing rushed, they grew up sharing an intense passion for music, learning together and approaching their craft with an earnestness not often seen in kids who start bands. In their opportunities to play with other popular bands from the area who have been making things happen since Never Ending Fall formed, the members watched closely and learned the ropes, which is to say, how to be successful artists, love what they do and share that passion with the fans. They transcend the typical bandmate-bonds because together they are family, which is evident to anyone who sees them live and gets to know them.

In addition to their forthcoming new LP, Never Ending Fall will also be collecting footage for a very special project they are working on from now to the end of the road. Never before has a band shared the real life with fans like what Never Ending Fall has in store. Announcements on the project are due before summer is here.

Never Ending Fall won the 2015 Gorilla Music Baltimore Battle of the Bands, and they have played to major crowds at the Fillmore Silver Spring, Ram’s Head Live, Main Street Music Fest, Ryleigh’s Oyster Fest and Baltimore Soundstage.

Never Ending Fall is:

Tommy St. Clair – Drums

Conrad Boyd – Guitar

Madeline St. Clair – Vocals

Pearce Eisenhardt – Guitar

Johnny Hohman – Bass

Jack Miller – Guitar