Local Punk Band Dead Fall to Play a Release Show at Mahall’s on February 8

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The punk band Dead Fall formed in Kent five years ago while the majority of the members were still in high school. The group released its debut, Desperate Situations, in 2016, and since then, the band has embarked on several tours of the Midwest and shared the stage with a number of national acts.

The guys recorded their latest effort, Never Expected, with Seth Henderson at Always Be Genius Studios. The album's lyrics address “the impact major life changes can have on one’s mental health,” and the band recently released a music video for the first single, "Drowned Out."

Dead Fall celebrates the new album's release with a show that takes place on Friday, Feb. 8 at Mahall’s in Lakewood.

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