Albums & EP's
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No Simple Highway by SomeRiseSomeFall
This album, “No Simple Highway”, brings together artists Anna Mitchell, John Blek, Kevin Herron, Marlene Enright, and Rowan with producer Brian Casey and videographer Allie Glynn and artist Riona O’Regan to reimagine & re-inspire, record, and shine on a light to capture universal challenging emotions in relation to loss, grief, and enduring love.
Merrengal by SomeRiseSomeFall (EP)
‘Sign On My Mind’ the latest single is from a 3-track EP “Merrengal” due out in July and features multi-instrumentalist Martin Leahy whose recent releases “The Wolves In The Valley” and “Song For Kirsty McColl” have received heavy airplay.
Pre - Order 3 track EP "Merrengal" released July 2nd 2021
Biologically Blue ft John Blek (EP)
Thie EP brings together a track "Biologically Blue" from SomeRiseSomeFall's critically acclaimed second album "No Simple Highway" and two songs "The Munitions Maker" and "Poison Tree" originally recorded by Greg Trooper, Country Joe McDonald, and The Milk Carton Kids respectively that we recorded featuring John Blek with the musical assistance and production genius of Brian Casey.
A remastered version of the lead track featured on "No Simple Highway". The track received heavy airplay and was described by RTE's Shay Byrne as a "deeply moving recording"
Sleeve design by Riona Ni Riagain
Some Climb by SomeRiseSomeFall
SomeRiseSomeFall released their debut album 'Some Climb' in 2017 featuring Annette Buckley, Edel Sullivan, Ger Wolfe, Hank Wedel, and Martin Leahy. It used the musical beauty to shine a light on those dealing with mental health challenges and those people in Direct Provision.
Since then, this work has bolstered via Community Support Resources, a community-based initiative established by Michael Fitzgerald, the guiding light of SomeRiseSomeFall, supporting organizations working in the area of mental health, asylum seekers and connecting socially marginalized people and the music from the album has been featured in a number of videos supporting initiatives such as Limerick Suicide Watch and Shine.
Their music videos have been featured at the Indie Cork Film Festival in October 2019 and 2020 'SomeRiseSomeFall are more than just a group. They are a movement' - Ronan Leonard - Indie Film Festival