Slow Caves Announce Debut Album 'Falling'

Slow Caves Announce Debut Album 'Falling'

Grunge pop trio Slow Caves have announced their debut album, Falling, out March 22nd via Old Flame Records. Falling was recorded at The Bubble in Austin, TX with legendary producer Chris "Frenchie" Smith, who has worked with artists such as Jet, Built to Spill, The Meat Puppets, and The Darkness. The band will kick off their North American headlining tour on February 21st, including stops at SXSW and Treefort Music Fest. For a full list of tour dates please see below, and for more information please visit:

Speaking to the album, the band shares: "With this record, we explored new emotions that we hadn't expressed in our previous songs. There is an overarching theme covering the different stages of responsibility, blame and guilt. These are honest songs that came from real experiences. They take on new meaning every day."

Slow Caves is made up of Danish-American brothers Jakob and Oliver Mueller and their childhood friend David Dugan. After solidifying in 2014, they cut their teeth in the Denver music scene and garnered attention from Old Flame Records. Their EP Desert Minded was released in 2017, followed by a double A side, "Poser/Rover".

In two years of extensive touring, they have opened for national acts including Third Eye Blind, Cake, Rooney, DIIV, Cold War Kids, The Kills, and Modest Mouse, and performed at festivals including SXSW, Treefort Music Fest, and Velorama.

Falling is out March 22nd via Old Flame Records. For more information please visit:

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